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A New Black History Festival For Chattanooga’s East Lake

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This Black History Month brings a new festival to Chattanooga.

On Saturday, the East Lake Community Center hosts the Black History Festival, from 11 AM to 4 PM.

Culture Books and Rhyme N Chatt Interactive Poetry Organization are presenting the festival.

Erica Richardson is founder of Culture Books.

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