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See larger Showing off the latest in young people’s fashions are Jamina and Jamaeri Brabson.

Photo by Leslie Karnowski

Showing off the latest in young people’s fashions are Jamina and Jamaeri Brabson.

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  • Annette Sudderth, who co-chairs the Blount County African-American Festival with her sister Lana Boyd, was master of ceremonies for the event.
  • Lucille Robinson of Lupo Designs was one of the vendors for the festival.
  • Patricia Valentine talks about the history of the Mass Choir during the Blount County African-American Festival.
  • Shirley Carr Clowney talks about being one of the first African-American woman to enroll at Maryville College in 1954.
  • Artwork from Alcoa schools provide an interesting back-drop for Jared, Karli, Jamina and Jamaeri Brabson at Last Friday Art Walk in April.
  • Blount County African-American Festival co-chairs and organizers Annette Sudderth and Lana Boyd conduct the auction at the event.
  • Zakira Thompson and Shaniya Sudderth pose in front of some artwork during the Blount County African-American Festival.
  • Showing off the latest in young people’s fashions are Jamina and Jamaeri Brabson.
  • Jared and Karli Brabson do some fashion show modeling during the Blount County African-American Festival.
  • Robert Edwards Jr., William Howard and Earl Brady make sure the food is ready.

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