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When Yale students travel to New Haven schools and other city sites as part of the Cultural Caravan -- the Afro-American Cultural Center's traveling show to educate youngsters about African-American history and culture -- they often find themselves deluged with children's requests for autographs.
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Over 300 New Haven schoolchildren came to campus in February for the Cultural Caravan, one of the newest programs sponsored by the Afro-American Cultural Center. The show teaches youngsters about black history and culture.
Washington, D.C. Mayor Anthony Williams is one of the notable individuals visiting the campus this week.