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Educational Video 1 [Copy] [Copy]

Educational Video 1 [Copy] [Copy]

Published on 14 December 2022
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Transcript
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Natalie's Salon
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Your Topic
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Name here
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Subtitle here
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they met once a week at her home
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It was a safe space for those withought rights or voices to share their views
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All sorts of artist (dancers, painters writers etc.) would meet up and work on their talents improving and growing as a whole. Everyone could feel loved and accepted for once
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It was a creative place
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She bravely stood up for all their rights and heard their stories trying her best to help
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Barney ran one of the most decadent, open-minded salons in Paris. Soon after she moved into 20 Rue Jacob, in 1909, she launched what she called her “Fridays,” a weekly salon that attracted the most famous names in art, dance, literature, and music. Sometimes there would be performances, other times readings. The setting was a large windowed salon room and a small, four-pillared Grecian-style temple
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It Was an over 60 year lasting wonder!