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SPEA Exhibit: Black History in Photos

The Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs commemorates black history with a month long exhibit of photos featuring African Americans making a difference in their field, career. Liz Peck, the assistant director of student services describes what makes this exhibit unique.

The black history exhibit is on display from 8 to 5 pm in the SPEA building until February 27th.

Erica Hunter

WFIU Arts and Culture Reporter

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