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Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs had many reuniting with their African heritage and culture at the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institution & Cultural Center during her presentation of the “More Than a Fraction: African American Heritage & Culture/Traveling African Artifact Exhibit,” recently.

Dr. Kerri Moseley-Hobbs had many reuniting with their African heritage and culture at the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institution & Cultural Center during her presentation of the “More Than a Fraction: African American Heritage & Culture/Traveling African Artifact Exhibit,” recently.

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Many Reunited With African Culture At ‘More Than A Fraction: Black Culture Traveling Exhibit’

“More Than a Fraction: African American Heritage & Culture” presentation included a very powerful Power-Point section where Dr. Moseley-Hobbs connects the African cultures of her ancestors' to the cultural norms of African-Americans in the U.S. today. The exhibit includes original African artifacts from the region where her ancestors once lived