WABI: HHRC of Maine calling on public to nominate black and brown heroes

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site rencontre pour geek gratuit “Black and brown people have shaped Maine’s history in important ways that deserve our attention and appreciation and celebration and that’s what we hope to do in this project,” Shenna Bellows, Executive Director of HHRC, said.

http://genykreations.fr/43105-dtf88666-site-de-rencontre-dans-la-somme-gratuit.html VP of the HHRC Board, Tam Huynh, said, “It’s so important that our children see themselves throughout Maine’s history and I think this gets to be a project in which our children will get to do that.”

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