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PHOTO GALLERY: 'Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out' brings the talent

Thursday, February 16, 2012 | 10:40 p.m. CST; updated 10:58 p.m. CST, Thursday, February 16, 2012

COLUMBIA — Douglass High school hosted the 'Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out' on Thursday. The event showcased local talent in singing, dancing, rapping and drumming from a variety of ages. Columbia Parks and Recreation sponsored the event for the second time as a celebration of Black History Month.

Rapper Andre Barnes preps himself for his performance for the "Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out" at Douglass High School on Thursday.
Glen “Bummer the Drummer” Ward leads the performance of the City Wide Drumline Rhythm Band at the "Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out" at Douglass High School on Thursday.
Desmon Brown plays a drum solo as Columbia’s City-Wide Drumline Rhythm Band performs at the "Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out" at Douglass High School on Thursday.
Sierra Jackson, performs with her two sisters, Latasha and Whitney Jackson in a group called Tadaaw 3. The three women perform an original song titled “Stutter” at the "Black History Month Talent Showcase Blow Out" at Douglass High School on Thursday.

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