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A Thank You Letter to Richard Allen and the Torchbearers of the AME Church
Written by Florcy Morisset

As we mourn the loss of Alton Sterling, Philando Castille and the five police officers in Dallas, I’d like to share a moment of thanks, triumph and send a call to action. I had the honor of curating “The Extraordinary History of the African Methodist Episcopal Church,” on the backdrop of the AME Church’s Bicentennial Celebration. This moment was special because I am AME and a proud member of Mother Bethel AME Church, the first AME Church founded by Richard Allen in 1787.

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Vivants Pop-Up Shop. Saturday, June 18 at the Gallerie Isada.

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Rock out with Ursula Rucker and her Superfriends this Saturday at Vivant’s Pop-up Shop!

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Our African collection features notable artists such as Ade Oyelami of Nigeria and Hussein Saidi of Tanzania.

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Vivant has acquired vast works of art from African-American artists, Cuba, Mexico and Haiti which blend African, European and North American design reflecting the diverse demographic of these regions.

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