Kendra Johnson: Punk Style

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Kendra Johnson remembers feeling “petrified” at her first show.
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Historian Dr. John Aden is the executive director of the African/African-American Historical Museum and also serves as the diversity teacher

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He grew up on a dairy farm in Decatur right near the state

Charles Shepard

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CEO of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
He had a set of drums and The Rolling Stones were big.

Corbin Asher

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Parsley completed changed his life, leaving a job as a pastor and completing his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in art. He went back to Cincinnati, where he grew up, and began creating public murals.

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