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"Harlem Renaissance" Topic For Applewild Speaker Series

Monday, Feb. 23, 7 pm -The public is invited to a free program in the Applewild Speaker Series. Laurie Woodard, Professor at New York University's Gallatin School of Individualized Study and former Dance Theater of Harlem performer will provide insight into the history of the Harlem Renaissance. Laurie's PhD is from Yale in History and African-American Studies. Applewild School, 120 Prospect Street, Fitchburg. 978-342-6053.

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