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Harlem's National Black Theater Faces Foreclosure

Founded in 1968, the National Black Theater was made to perform productions created by and about African-Americans, a rarity at the time. In 2002, the Theater faced foreclosure and invited an outside company to invest, but their partnership became riddled with problems and lawsuits. Now the Harlem landmark faces debt and foreclosure again. According to The New York Times, the story of the Theater may be seen as a warning for other arts groups.

Read the story at The New York Times.

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