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Tnaejah Watts of Annapolis learns how to paint at the first B.L.A.C.K. program event. Even before establishing the new program, Ward was a mentor to the 17-year-old who attends Annapolis High School.

Tnaejah Watts of Annapolis learns how to paint at the first B.L.A.C.K. program event. Even before establishing the new program, Ward was a mentor to the 17-year-old who attends Annapolis High School.

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