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Black heritage celebrated in rousing ceremony
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It was standing room only as Warren County celebrated Black History Month at Magness Library on Tuesday, those in attendance enjoying a night of art, song and heritage.Minister Willie Cameron, who led the room in a pair of gospel hymns, noted during his brief talk that what matters is love, no matter the color of a person’s skin.“We are so much more fortunate today than years ago,” Cameron said. “Back then, you didn’t need a weatherman to tell you the weather because if it was raining outside, it was raining inside too. The one thing they did have was love.