Spelman-Morehouse Annual Christmas Carol
The Christmas carol production that is put on annually by the spelman and Morehouse glee clubs is a wonderful way to end the semester off.
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Throughout history black women have started powerful movements although they often do not get the recognition or platform for their work. Marian Anderson was an
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