Features Assignment – Imani Moody

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Lawrence Algee, 21, an anthropology student at Georgia Southern University, examines the “Black Madonna” wooden sculpture in the Spanish in Georgia: A Forgotten History at the Statesboro Convention and Visitor’s Bureau on Tuesday, March 28. The exhibit at the Museum on Main presents the 200-year history of Spanish interaction with the Native Americans in Georgia. (Photojournalism/Imani Moody)

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Lawrence Algee, 21, an Anthropology student at Georgia Southern University, views “Santo (Holy Statue),” a wooden sculpture in the Spanish in Georgia: A Forgotten History at the Statesboro Convention and Visitor’s Bureau. The Museum on Main is collaborating with the Georgia Southern University Museum, and the Department of History. (Photojournalism/Imani Moody)

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Haley Clark, 21, left, Marketing manager of Student Media and Kenyatta Brown, 20, right, Business Manager of Student Media, discuss the contents of the table for Student Media with a Georgia Southern University faculty member on Tuesday, March 28. The organization is completely run by students of Georgia Southern University in different majors and programs. (Photojournalism/Imani Moody)

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Haley Clark, 21, left, Marketing manager of Student Media and Kenyatta Brown, 20, right, Business Manager of Student Media, review the different contents of their table at tabling event for Organization Week. Student Media produces multiple publications for the entire campus of Georgia Southern University, such as the George-Anne newspaper and the Reflector magazine. (Photojournalism/Imani Moody)

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About Imani Moody
21 years old. GSouthernU student ... PR major, double minor in Public Health COLD Northern implant in a HOT Southern state. Lived all over Gwinnett County though. Reside in Stn Mtn, not Kauai -- haven't climbed the Mtn yet.

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