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HORIZONS

December 3, 2013

In this episode of Horizons, we’ll introduce you to a Pittsburgh family with ties to the founder of Alabama A&M University, have a conversation with two members of the Black Male Engagement Project and listen to the tunes of Bulgarian virtuoso Vladamir Mollov.


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In this episode of Horizons, we’ll introduce you to a Pittsburgh family with ties to the founder of Alabama A&M University, have a conversation with two members of the Black Male Engagement Project and listen to the tunes of Bulgarian virtuoso Vladamir Mollov.


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