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Where did AAHA!’s website go?

AAHA!, The African American Heritage Alliance of East Tennessee, is currently looking for a volunteer who can bring energy and a great sense of design to our website. In the meantime, visitors to aahaonline.net are being redirected to a page being hosted by the Carson Newman College Department of History as a way to make information about our important upcoming meetings available in a timely manner. If you know someone who would like to work on our website and keep it updated please let Dr. Beth Vanlandingham know! bvanlandingham@cn.edu or call 865-471-3323.

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