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Kayin Talton Davis (left) and Cleo Davis is the wife and husband team behind the design of permanent obelisk-shaped historical markers slated to appear on Northeast Alberta Street this summer. The works will feature text and graphics of eight African American history makers of the region. The couple is standing near the intersection of Alberta and 14th Avenue, the future spot for one of the markers.

Kayin Talton Davis (left) and Cleo Davis is the wife and husband team behind the design of permanent obelisk-shaped historical markers slated to appear on Northeast Alberta Street this summer. The works will feature text and graphics of eight African American history makers of the region. The couple is standing near the intersection of Alberta and 14th Avenue, the future spot for one of the markers.

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Alberta Street art will tell the stories

Recognizing Northeast Alberta Street as central to a shared African American history is the intention of a series of art markers that will soon be unveiled at key intersections.