Thursday, July 10, 2008

38th Summer Celebration of Black Expo Opens Today

The first exposition, a two-day event held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds in 1971, attracted over 50,000 people.

Summer Celebration is now the largest African-American event in the nation, with over 300,000 people in attendance.

The schedule of programs and events stretches over an 11-day period and includes business workshops, health and wellness, employment opportunities, spiritual enrichment, exhibits, youth activities and entertainment.

Check it all out here.

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