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Larissa Johnson-Akinremi - Her Legacy by Paula Robinson

"Art is Business" - Post from Paula Robinson- It is with sadness to learn of Larissa's passing 06/14/2021                                                                           Larissa Johnson-Akinremi I loved that she would get on a plane, a train, or bus to attend a music festival she was a great DJ and once DJ'd for us on aboard  a double-decker trolley from her portable amplified suitcase in the Bud Billiken Parade I loved how her friends were international  generational  from her young people at the Hyde Park Neighborhood Club  to her seniors at Rosenwald Courts  and that she knew that giving time, spending time is a gift that would make you look forward to  wanting me, having more... until the next time I loved how she embraced the magic of  children learning discovering, and creating art. teaching is an art form.  she showed young people that they are makers and creators of their own dreams the rain sticks, the dream pillows, the blinged  hand mirrors were h

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