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yourdctv | December 11
Tonight DCTV joined with the Exposure Group, (members of the African American Photographers Association), to welcomed Lawrence Jackson, official White House photographer for the eight years of the Obama Administration. He discussed and signed his new book, Yes We Did which is now available at the link below. https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/yes-we-did-lawrence-jackson/1130946611

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