05 25 2016
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In honor of Juneteenth and the end of the The African American Academy K-8 program in Seattle due to district budget cuts, the school held an event Friday June 19, where the kids could have some fun and remember the purpose and successes of the African American Academy. There was also food and music and an alumni/student basketball game. A performance by the Dolls Drill Team was a highlight. Find more photos of the African American Academy's Juneteenth celebration at www.facebook.com /The Skanner News. Photo by Susan Fried


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