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MAINE WATCH WITH JENNIFER ROOKS

Aimee Bessire's "Slant"

  • Aired: 10/27/2011
  • 14:04
  • Rating: NR
Aimee Bessire, Bates professor of African art and photography participates in the storytelling series called "Slant" held at SPACE Gallery October 2011. Curated and hosted by The Telling Room, Portland's community writing center, it featured off-the-cuff stories modeled after the successful New York City series, The Moth. The project was inspired by the national organization, Faces of Learning.
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