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The Intercultural Alliance of Artists & Scholars, Inc. websites: theiaas.org, phatitude.org, 2leafpress.org, africanamericanliteraryfestival.org and litwiki.org (collectively known as the “IAAS Websites”), and the programs: phati’tude Literary Magazine, phati’tude Literary TV Show (formerly phatLiterature), phati’tude Language & Literary Arts Curriculum, VISIONARY VOICES, VISUAL SIGNATURES, 2Leaf Press, The Annual phati’tude African American Literary Festival, LitWiki.org andTWITTER FOR LITERATURE were created and maintained for your personal and non-commercial use to entertain, inform, educate and communicate vital information of a literary and cultural nature.

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