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Leone Lawrence was first born in 1931 in Evanston, Illinois into a family that placed great emphasis on the arts, high culture and education. She graduated with an art degree, received her masters in Fine Arts in 1965 and later worked in the art world in various capabilities — teaching, creating her own artwork and working for museums. During her professional life, a series of unique experiences led her to leave that life behind to study Native American spirituality.
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Music Credits: Cherokee, Clifford Brown and Max Roach, Study in Brown, EmArcy Records