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Washington Arts Educator Peggy Cooper Cafritz Dies

Peggy Cooper Cafritz, a respected force in the Washington arts and education scene, has died. She was 70. The Washington Post reports that Cooper Cafritz passed away on Feb. 18 due to complications from pneumonia, according to her son Zach. In recent years, she had severe health problems, according to reports, including surgeries for her

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New Book: Rebecca Walker’s “Black Cool”

We all enter the portal of Black cool in our own way. You remember the first time you saw it, felt it, knew it, don’t you? Perhaps your first glimpse of Black cool was on the Miles Davis album cover your father showed you when you were a kid: Miles sitting on the stool in

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