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Baruti Tucker (right), who co-owns Humanitree House with his wife Denise (left), brings up Ki'Yana Carter, 6, to ask her a question during the final hour of the Pre-Kwanzaa Cultural Community Celebration at Warren Road Community Center on Sunday. "What did you see that was good or special to you today?" Tucker asked. "Love," Carter answered. In its 3rd year, about 350 people attended the free event for youth performances, live music and food.  JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
JON-MICHAEL SULLIVAN/STAFF
Baruti Tucker (right), who co-owns Humanitree House with his wife Denise (left), brings up Ki'Yana Carter, 6, to ask her a question during the final hour of the Pre-Kwanzaa Cultural Community Celebration at Warren Road Community Center on Sunday. "What did you see that was good or special to you today?" Tucker asked. "Love," Carter answered. In its 3rd year, about 350 people attended the free event for youth performances, live music and food.
 
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