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  • Black History Month gospel celebration

  • The Delaware Historical Society and World Cafe Live at the Queen in partnership with the Christina Cultural Arts Center and Interdenominational Ministers Action Council (IMAC) present the Harlem Gospel Choir for a Black History Month celebration.
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  • The Delaware Historical Society and World Cafe Live at The Queen in partnership with the Christina Cultural Arts Center and Interdenominational Ministers Action Council (IMAC) present the Harlem Gospel Choir for a Black History Month celebration.
    This program is the first in a series to complement the Delaware Historical Society's newest exhibition, "Forging Faith, Building Freedom," scheduled to open in July.
    The Harlem Gospel Choir is the premier American Gospel Choir. They have traveled the world for 26 years, sharing its joy of faith and raising funds for children's charities. Allen Bailey founded the Choir in 1986 and today the Choir presents the finest singers and musicians from the black churches in Harlem and the New York City area. The theme of every performance is "bringing people and nations together and giving something back".
    The Choir will have a brunch concert at World Cafe Live at The Queen on Feb. 23.

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