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Kids' Canal at Promenade Park

Spring in Fort Wayne!

Blog Author William Bryant Rozier
William Bryant R.

William Bryant Rozier is the managing editor of the Fort Wayne Ink Spot Newspaper, the only black-owned newspaper out of Northeast Indiana. The paper can be found online at Rozier is a writer, photographer, and entrepreneur out of Fort Wayne. He's worked locally and nationally for a heady brew of clients since 2003. His first published writing gig was a movie review for Frost Illustrated. He volunteers at the African / African American Historical Society and Museum of Allen County, telling stories about local hip-hop artists and the shuttered Central High School.

Central High Exhibit at the Allen County Public Library

Whenever we give tours at the African/African American Historical Society Museum (AAAHSM), the easiest, most “pointable” landmark we have at our disposal is right across Lafayette Street in the form of the building that houses Anthis Career Center. It ceased being Central High School when it was shuttered in the Spring of 1971…

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