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The Art of Hair: A Day of Hair, Beauty, Body, and Spirit, March 14

The Art of Hair: A Day of Hair, Beauty, Body, and Spirit, March 14

| March 3, 2015

Special to Frost Illustrated from Identity Counts Cultural Consultants “You see my glory but you don’t know my hair story!”—Green Hair Revolution Most of us have it and wear it like a crown jewel; and those who don’t still present themselves in ways that express something meaningful about its absence. We spend time, talent, and […]

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40-year retrospective highlighting development, accomplishments of Dance Theatre of Harlem

40-year retrospective highlighting development, accomplishments of Dance Theatre of Harlem

| December 20, 2014

FORT WAYNE—Fort Wayne Museum of Art recently announced the scheduled opening of Dance Theatre of Harlem: 40 Years of Firsts, an exhibition that highlights the many accomplishments of African Americans and other minorities who dared to overcome social norms and prejudices to pursue their passion and pave the way for future generations of world class dancers. […]

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NAACP identity erased from local Chalk Walk

NAACP identity erased from local Chalk Walk

| July 24, 2014

By Chasiti Fall “If you don’t know where you have been you are not able to recognize where you are and definitely do not see where you are going.”—Dexterity 7 FORT WAYNE—The city was in a festive mood last week with lots of activities during the Summit City’s renowned Three Rivers Festival as well as […]

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