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Black HairStory: Back to Our Roots Touring Exhibit and Lecture

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Monday, February 11, 2013, 06:00pm - 07:30pm
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MARYGROVE COLLEGE AND REDFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY PRESENTS

Black History Month EVENT

Black HairStory: Back to Our Roots Touring Exhibit and Lecture

The program will include Marygrove College acting students performing “The Hairpiece” from the play “The Colored Museum” by George C. Wolfe; directed by Leslie Love, followed by a lecture-discussion with Natural Hair Care Artist, Author, and Activist Kalimah Johnson and Hair Wars Founder, Entrepreneur and DJ David “Hump the Grinder” Humphries. A mini-photo display of Marygrove College’s “Black HairStory Exhibit” will be on display in the library throughout the month of February.

Location : Redford Township District Library - 25320 West Six Mile Rd., Redford, MI 48240
Contact : Linda Pride (313) 531-5960 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and Leslie Love (313) 927-1522 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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