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The exhibition runs from December 8 through January 12 at the Dillard University Art Gallery in the Cook Communications Center Room 106.

Songs of My People: 25 Years Later, A PhotoNOLA Exhibition, Opens at Dillard University

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Comedian Tiffany Haddish Visits Dillard University

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Brainfood, The Dillard University President’s Lecture Series, presents “Songs of My People: 25 Years,” an exhibition that shares the visions of 18 contemporary photographers including Jamel Shabazz, L. Kasimu Harris, D. Michael Cheers, Deborah Willis and Ruddy Roye.

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