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January 28, 2013 12:00 AM

See films for free at Black History Month Film Festival through February

A Black History Month Film Festival begins with a screening of "Dreamgirls" Saturday, Feb. 2 at the Columbus Public Library. Films will be shown all month at various Chattahoochee Valley libraries. All screenings are free.

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