Ninth graders at Toledo School for the Arts, from left, Emily Hayman, Drew Longmore, and Ava Redina show the pieces they created about an influential writer, artist, or social leader of the Harlem Renaissance. Young Hayman and young Longmore focused on author Zora Neale Hurston; young Redina studied singer Billie Holiday.
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