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Students learn about history through song and dance

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Dozens of students at Lamar Reese Elementary had some fun Thursday, learning about folks who made important contributions to history.

Everyone from Martin Luther King Jr., to Bob Marley and Muhammad Ali.

Students got up and sang and danced to Michael Jackson songs as well.

School officials said the day's two programs are a fun way to learn about history.

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