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Black History Hall of Fame by Bright Star Theatre

Uploaded by Ben Hanka
c/o Bright Star Theatre
Join us in this fast-paced adventure through the Black History Hall of Fame, led by Dr. Daisy and Professor Paisley. In just 45 minutes, the audience will be introduced to over a dozen groundbreakers and hall-of-famers that have largely contributed to shaping our nation’s past, present, and future. You’ll see everyone from Maya Angelou and Aretha Franklin to the Buffalo Soldiers and Mae Jemison and that’s just to name a few!

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