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Mary Schmidt Campbell, Ph.D, named President-elect of Spelman College.
Music and activism converge at Spelman's Kenyetta Festival of Women in Jazz honoring Nina Simone.
Afrekete at Spelman and IAME at Clark Atlanta collaborate to celebrate diversity.