Summer arts academy in need of funding

May 2013
Jackson Advocate;5/9/2013, Vol. 75 Issue 31, p2A
The article reports on the financial support needed by the Courts/Herron/Ishakarah Arts Academy to offer Jackson youth in Mississippi an opportunity to learn several genres and disciplines of the arts which includes dancing, digital media production and filmmaking.


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