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Black Heritage Celebration

Story By: Lauren Artino



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  Original Published: 2/27/2014

An evening filled with friends, fellowship, and great food at the OSU-Mansfield campus. The arctic-like temperatures couldn't keep people away from the Twelfth Annual Soul Food Dinner at Eisenhower Campus Cafe.

A celebration of black heritage and a hearty soul food dinner mixed with friends and great jazz music made for a warm, inviting evening. Dr. Scopas Poggo, an Associate Pastor of African Studies told folklore stories that originated from his home in the Sudan. Elise Riggle, Director of Student Engagement says this dinner is a signature community event and a great collaboration between OSU Mansfield, Ashland University and North Central State

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