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Stories recall past during first PAA reading event
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Connie Lewis (seated right) dressed as Harriet Tubman to read for children Saturday at Piedmont Arts’ first African-American Read-In. The event, part of the 25th National African American Read-In, also evoked poignant personal memories from some of the readers and reciters. About 30 people attended the event. Kathy Rogers, executive director of Piedmont Arts, said, “It was an amazing day. I think ... it will just grow (in the future).” (Bulletin photos) Former board president of Piedmont Arts Imogene Draper reads for adults at Piedmont Arts’ first African-American Read-In on Saturday. The event was part of the 25th National African American Read-In, and included stories about African American experiences and events. (Bulletin photo) Joyce Staples reads Nikki Giovanni poems for adults Saturday at Piedmont Arts’ first African American Read-In. (Bulletin photo)

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