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10/28/2015

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Dr. TA Bashir

At times it is hard to articulate violence that the African American has experienced for over three hundred years. How do we vent terror that has been reinforced for all these years.Art has played a role in addressing some of these unspoken moments; also, Spirituality has provied solace to many. many believe that what "goes around goes around" but who would wish this hell on another person.

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