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  • Chapel Hill, Zimbabwe connected by sculptures and a kind heart

    Hear why Terrence Brayboy will be hosting an African art sale, of more than a thousand pieces, at his Chapel Hill home on Saturday, Nov. 25, to help create jobs and buy clothes, food, bikes and an education for children in Zimbabwe’s rural stone-sculpting communities.

Chapel Hill, Zimbabwe connected by sculptures and a kind heart

Hear why Terrence Brayboy will be hosting an African art sale, of more than a thousand pieces, at his Chapel Hill home on Saturday, Nov. 25, to help create jobs and buy clothes, food, bikes and an education for children in Zimbabwe’s rural stone-sculpting communities.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com