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As a black woman in Toronto, this artist felt invisible...so she turned it into her 'superpower'

Artist Charmaine Lurch is among the 150 women celebrated by HERstory in Black, a landmark multimedia project that celebrates black women in Toronto.

Artist Charmaine Lurch is among the 150 women celebrated by HERstory in Black

Amanda Parris (not pictured) and Charmaine Lurch (front row, second from left) are among 150 Toronto women celebrated in the multimedia project, HERstory in Black. (Ebti MNabag/Courtesy of HERStory in Black)

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