Las Vegas, Nev. – U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.) attended the 10th annual Black History Month Festival at Springs Preserve. The festival honors Black History Month by inviting community members to celebrate the contributions of African Americans to Nevada’s history and culture with music, food and dance.
“It was an honor to join my fellow Nevadans in celebrating Black History Month at the annual Springs Preserve festival. This special event is an opportunity for all Nevadans to come together to celebrate the contributions and honor the legacy of Nevada’s African American community. I’m grateful to Springs Preserve for bringing Nevadans together today to learn about and honor the legacy of African American Nevadans.”