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Susan Smulyan Appointed as New Center Director
(Distributed February 26, 2014)
American Dance Legacy Initiative Mini-Fest: March 1, 2014
Public humanities students conceived, developed, and curated “Emancipated Memories: Uncovering the Hidden Faces of Slavery,” a 2009 exhibition of artwork by Cora Marshall.
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