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Black History Month Celebration

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The Woods Hole community celebrated Black History month with a variety of activities. Lectures included an inspiring talk on "The North Pole Legacy: Black, White and Eskimo" by Dr. S. Allen Counter, director of the Harvard Foundation of Harvard University, and an interesting talk on "The Legacy of Afro-American Leadership" by Admiral Erroll Brown, U.S. Coast Guard. Events included a performance by the "New Africa Theatrical Group" and the annual harambee (potluck dinner, music by Soul Ensemble Band, a marionette show, arts and crafts, etc.).

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