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Hold On Change is Coming! - Black History Performance

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Presented by Flint Institute of Music at Flint Institute of Music, Flint MI

Feb 16 - 17 2017
Hold On Change is Coming! - Black History Performance

Celebrating the Power of the Creative/Integrated Arts as an instrument for social transformation.
Phillis Wheatley 1753 -1784, poetess.
Maya Angelou 1928-2014, poetess.
Olaudah Equiano also known as Gustavus Vassa, British abolitionist and orator 1745-1797.
Martin Luther King Jr. American abolitionist/orator 1929-1968.
Ira Aldridge 1807-1867, actor.
Lorraine Hansberry 1930-1965, writer and playwright.
Henry O. Tanner 1859-1937, visual artist/painter.
Lavarne Ross visual artist/painter Native

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