Coppin State Student Speaks Out For Baltimore Arts Funding

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On Monday, Major Key Foundation submitted arts funding awareness videos from a collection of over 1,000 City residents to the Baltimore City School Board at Tupac's own Dunbar High School. Tupac's former bandmate EDI Mean will visit Dunbar today at 11:30 to thank local and state leadership for helping to close the school funding gap.
 
Click here for tickets to Wednesday's Tupac-inspired classical meets contemporary show featuring EDI Mean of Tupac's Outlawz, Anwan Glover from "The Wire," Czar, Sofia Hailu and special guests Visto and Alkali. Proceeds benefit Living Classrooms UA House -- serving one hundred students daily with academic enrichment, music instruction, health, sports and physical fitness education, and career development.
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