Tamara Irons speaks on the JBG Experience

Looking back at over 10 years of working in our community bringing arts programming that was reflective of our society.

In 2015 we hosted a 4 week program working with staff and students to produce a student-lead African Heritage Assembly.

The assembly featured dancing, poetry, singing, a marching band and special guest performance from Kim Davis (@KimDavisMusic).

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Although the project was short it was very fruitful and had a lasting impact on both staff, students and the community.

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