Black Arts Festival:Identifying Identity-Black History of Kalamazoo

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Presented by Black Arts & Cultural Center at Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership, Kalamazoo MI

Jul 12 2016
Black Arts Festival:Identifying Identity-Black History of Kalamazoo

Black History of Kalamazoo showcased through the screening of SHARE documentary ?Integrated & Unequal? followed by panel discussion with Kalamazoo natives. FREE Admission Donations Accepted Collaboration with SHARE

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Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership

205 Monroe, Kalamazoo, MI 49006

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