Magreth Mushi memorializes the commencement of the educational career of her daughter, Fahimi Kitindi, during a day-long event at Marbles Kids Museum designed to ready the Class of 2028 for its first day of school Saturday, August 22, 2015.
Magreth Mushi memorializes the commencement of the educational career of her daughter, Fahimi Kitindi, during a day-long event at Marbles Kids Museum designed to ready the Class of 2028 for its first day of school Saturday, August 22, 2015. Joseph Neff jneff@newsobserver.com
Magreth Mushi memorializes the commencement of the educational career of her daughter, Fahimi Kitindi, during a day-long event at Marbles Kids Museum designed to ready the Class of 2028 for its first day of school Saturday, August 22, 2015. Joseph Neff jneff@newsobserver.com
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