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PHOTO BRIEF: Gospel Explosion

Members of the University of Miami Soul Steppers dance during Gospel Explosion, which is hosted by United Black Students each year as part of Black Awareness Month. The event featured several local groups that celebrated gospel through music and dance. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

Members of the University of Miami Soul Steppers dance during Gospel Explosion, which is hosted by United Black Students each year as part of Black Awareness Month. The event featured several local groups that celebrated gospel through music and dance. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

Members of Incredible Praise, an off campus dance group, perform on the Rock for Gospel Explosion, an annual event hosted by United Black Students for Black Awareness Month. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

Members of Incredible Praise, an off campus dance group, perform on the Rock for Gospel Explosion, an annual event hosted by United Black Students for Black Awareness Month. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

Choir director Gamaliel Fleurantin leads the Voices of Faith Choir from Hillside First Haitian Church of God in a performance for Gospel Explosion. This is the first time the Choir has performed on the University of Miami campus. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

Choir director Gamaliel Fleurantin leads the Voices of Faith Choir from Hillside First Haitian Church of God in a performance for Gospel Explosion. This is the first time the Choir has performed on the University of Miami campus. Charlotte Cushing // Contributing Photographer

February 14, 2013

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