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Allen and Stedman Graham at Healthy Start Academy's 10 year Anniversary celebration
Kunte Kinte statue at the 
MLK, Jr.  National Historic Site  Atlanta, Ga. 
Inscription reads:
The Baptism of the Infant, Kizzie by her father, Kunte Kinte.   
Photo by Kelvin D. Allen
Wilmington Race Riot Memorial - Bronze paddles stand as a memorial to those of African descent who suffered as a result of the violence of November 1898. 
photo by Kelvin D. Allen
Civil rights leader and black nationalist, Queen Mother Moore on the Eve of the Million Man March 
October 15, 1995
Washington, D.C. 
Photo by Kelvin D. Allen
"Author Showcase" at North Carolina Central University.
NBTF 2013 
photo by K.D. Allen
L to R, Filmmakers Brandi Bullock and Joshua Byrd, Host/Producer, Deborah Holt-Noel and Parent/Activist, Khem Irby on the set of
'Black Issues Forum' on UNC-TV. 12/17/12
National Black Theatre Festival 2013
Entrepreneurship expert Katie Gailes presenting at "Move Durham Forward" Empowerment Workshop. 06/26/2014 
Photo by Jahmon Allen
Daniel Bowes of Legal Aid of N.C. presenting at the Beulah Project's "Move Durham Forward" Empowerment Workshop. 06/26/2014
Photo by Jahmon Allen
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