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More than a hundred people gathered in Chinatown Thursday for fireworks, drumming, and lion dances to ring in the Lunar New Year. College students, friends and families filled the blocks surrounding 10th and Race streets amid downpours and unseasonably warm weather to welcome the Year of the Dog.
The celebrations continue throughout the weekend with a Lion Dance Parade Sunday at 11 a.m., starting at 10th and Spring streets.
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"You gotta fill the void with music Fill the void with song 'Til my cup runneth over all night long." It's the final weekend of #WilmaPassingStrange. Only four chances left to see this "rock-imbued coming-of-age tale" (WHYY NEWS).
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The records left by the Freedmen's Bureau through its work between 1865 and 1872 constitute the richest and most extensive documentary source available for investigating the African American experience in the post-Civil War and Reconstruction eras. Want to learn more about these records and much more? Check out our resources related to African American history and genealogy on www.archives.gov and the following page: https://www.archives.gov/research/african-americans/freedmens-bureau