““We are a box of crayons, each one unique, but when we get together the picture is complete!” – Martin Luther King Jr.
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February is Black History Month and at Jeremiah Program MSP we celebrate that. When you walk down the hallway of our Child Development Center, you are surrounded by artwork that spreads messages of peace and love. You will also see powerful quotes of strong African American figures in our history.
We asked our Executive Director, La Juana Whitmore, what Black History means to her and she recalled a childhood memory of playing “Name That Tune” with her family. From songs by Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, and Parliament, music has always been a big part of her life. To celebrate with all of you, we are sharing a playlist from Spotify that brings La Juana joy! (Note: If you don’t have Spotify already, you can signup for a free account.)
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