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August 5, 2022 15 min
Guest Host Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati speaks with Dr. Monique Y. Wells. She and her husband, Tom Reeves, founded Entrée to Black Paris (ETBP) tours because of the consistently increasing demand for tours and activities that feature the history, culture, and contemporary life of African Americans and the larger African diaspora in Paris.

Vanesse also speaks with Tinyade Sharra, a young dancer being hailed as one of the next generations of Black Ballerinas. Her guest for "What is Philadelphia Reading? is Mikal Gilbert - newest member of the premier international dance company Philadanco.
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