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Quintin’s Close-Ups: Dr. Jessica Harris

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Quintin Washington of Quintin’s Close-Ups recently spoke with Dr. Jessica Harris, who curated “The Food of the African Diaspora” a dinner that will be part of the “Prints in Clay” program. This program is a day-long multimedia artistic and educational exploration into the many significant contributions of African-Americans to the history and culture of the community. The four-part program consists of a historical tour, a visual exhibit, a curated dinner, and an evening concert on September 15th at the Charleston Gaillard Center. You can watch the interview below.

After you watch, be sure to check out Washington’s other interviews here.


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