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Who is Elma Lewis?
Elma Lewis: Elma Ina Lewis was an American arts educator and the founder of the National Center of Afro-American Artists and The Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts. She was one of the first recipients of a MacArther Fellows Grant, in 1981, and received a Presidential Medal for the Arts by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. She is also an honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority.
- born on (94 years ago) in Roxbury, Boston
- education: Emerson College
- profession: Arts educator
- died on (11 years ago)
- award: - MacArthur Fellowship - "Education"
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Black Genius (2009)
Inspirational Portraits of America's Black Leaders by Dick Russell
Elma Lewis is a living legend. As Boston civil rights attorney and now Judge Margaret Burnham, puts it: “Boston's black community was never as distinguished nationally as, say, Harlem's or Atlanta's. Elma Lewis represented the complete ...
by Nina Mjagkij
See Improved Benevolent and Protective Orderof Elks ofthe World Elma Lewis School of Fine Arts, 118 Emancipation Proclamation, ...
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