Our September 2010 e-Newsletter is online! This issue includes, among other things, obituaries for the late Abbey Lincoln and Vonetta McGee as well as information on a special exhibition, entitled African Reinventions: Reused Materials in Popular Culture, which will be on display at the Indiana University Art Museum. There are also articles on Animafrik 2010 and the Lower 9th Ward Village Community Center.
September 3, 2010
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