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Chanté Griffin

Chanté Griffin

Chanté Griffin is a Los Angeles-based writer and entertainer. She blogs about race, culture and faith at Beneath The Surface

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(L-R) Youth leaders Jacob "Blacc" Jackson, Joshua Ham and Christian Flagg | Courtesy of Brothers, Sons, Selves
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In an era where architects typically majored in one style, he excelled in every architectural style, making him one of the most renowned architects throughout the world. Here are some of his lesser-known, but equally impressive projects.
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Three African-American Women Who Revolutionized Modern Dance

From ballet and modern dance to Lindy hop and hip-hop, African-American women have left indelible marks on the dance community. 
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