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D.C.-born playwright Khadijah Ali-Coleman is the founder of the Liberated Muse social network for artists.
Khadijah Ali-Coleman
D.C.-born playwright Khadijah Ali-Coleman is the founder of the Liberated Muse social network for artists.

Khadijah Ali-Coleman, a D.C.-born playwright, singer and poet, is "heartbroken" that many local artists leave this region to pursue their passions elsewhere. So she's created an online community where local artists can collaborate and commiserate. Jessica Palombo gets the scoop on Liberated Muse.

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