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Malone's YOUNG INVENTORS

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Uploaded on Nov 2, 2006

Atlanta Artist, James Hiram Malone, lectures to middle school students on the importance of honoring their Afro-American ancestors inventors. With the inventors' artwork items painted on canvases shaped like aprons, the students do an impromptu dance, invented by Malone. The invented items are: guitars, mail boxes, pens, pencil sharpeners, lawn mowers, and horse shoes. For Malone's art prints:
http://malone.imagekind.com/masterpieces
http://home.att.net/~j.l.t.malone

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