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The University of African Art would like to make the following statement about plagiarism in Africana art.
Plagiarism is a crime against creativity.
Artists of the African continent, and artists of the African Diasporas, and all artists associated with the University of African Art, hereby make a solemn declaration to abhor, discourage, and expose all forms of plagiarism, whether subtle or flagrant, in any medium or style, from any era or region.
It is our code of honor to support and encourage originality, persistence, and hard work for the production of true and lasting masterpieces, toward the service and elevation of humanity, and the promotion of creativity.
So help us, Mother Africa.
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