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Femi TáiwoDirector, ProfessorCasey 428(206) email@example.com
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FEATURING:Masquerade: A Photo Exhibition
“Legacy” from Jacky Gotin’s photo exhibition: Masquerade.”
By: JACKY GOTINwww.jackygotin.com
For more information please contact Kate Reynolds at 206-296-5470, email@example.com or Gary Perry at 206-296-2479, firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOSTED BY: Hollis Wong-Wear
Panelists:Laura Checkman I Teacher - French-American School Puget SoundDamien Pattenaude I Principal - Rention High SchoolRichard Traux I Teacher - Garfield High School
And A Special Performancey By: For more information please contact Kate Reynolds at 206-296-5470, email@example.com or Gary Perry at 206-296-2479, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seattle: The Challenge of the Racial Frontier
GAST/HIST 480 (Music and Politics of the Black Diaspora) Spring 2008 Alums - Hollis Wong - Wear and Madeleine Clifford of CANARY SING delivers their final presentation on underground hip hop and social justice at Hidmos, Quinton Baker of GRAY MATTERS waits in the wings.
Africa 101: Olúfémi Táíwò, professor of philosophy, and Saheed Adejumobi, associate professor of history, Global African Studies Program, Seattle University, gave an overview of African history and culture, colonialism and its impacts on Thursday, Mar. 6 2008 at the Seattle Public Library Seattle Reads event.
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