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African American Poetry Reading
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Cody Daniel (left) and Autry Davis take a moment to prepare for a reading of poetry by Black writers at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery on Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. The two Crossroads Poetry Project members enjoy presenting dramatic readings of poetry. It is part of Black History Month activities at the gallery, which currently hosts an exhibit of paintings of African natives by artist Edward Eugene Wade Jr.
Cody Daniel (left) and Autry Davis take a moment to prepare for a reading of poetry by Black writers at the Corinth Artist Guild Gallery on Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m. The two Crossroads Poetry Project members enjoy presenting dramatic readings of poetry. It is part of Black History Month activities at the gallery, which currently hosts an exhibit of paintings of African natives by artist Edward Eugene Wade Jr.
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