All Black Everything Arts Festival to take place virtually in May

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ITHACA, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The All Black Everything Arts Festival is a four-day virtual festival that will take place May 19th through 22nd that highlights and celebrates American culture through Black American arts and artists. 

A combination of local and national Black artists coming together to share their art and experiences.

Organizers say A.B.E brings people together for cross-cultural interaction and exposes people to Black art and life experiences.

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