Lexington Black History Celebration

Contributor: Ellen Bryan
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Updated: 2/24 12:42 am

Many voices united in Lexington on Sunday through the vision of “Women in Worship.”

This was the 7th annual “Lift Every Voice” Black History Celebration event.

They held the event at the House of God National Temple.

Several community leaders like Lexington Mayor Jim Gray attended the celebration.

Organizers said the free event grows every year.

The community choir “Lift Every Voice” also performed.

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