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A Long Walk Home continues to honor, to empower with ‘Black Girlhood Altar,’ on view Friday

A Long Walk Home continues to honor, to empower with ‘Black Girlhood Altar,’ on view Friday

© Abel Uribe/Chicago Tribune Artists, from left, Robert Narciso, Scheherazade Tillet, and Leah Gipson, put the finishing touches on their installation "Black Girlhood Altar" on the grounds of the Weinberg/Newton Gallery. The Chicago-based nonprofit A Long Walk Home hasn’t been idle during the pandemic. As an art organization that empowers young people to...

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