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Multiculturalism focus of Cheetah Girls - UPI, 11/5/06

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  • Multiculturalism focus of Cheetah Girls - UPI, 11/5/06

    UPI, 11/5/06
    Multiculturalism focus of Cheetah Girls

    PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- Since U.S. journalist Deborah Gregory created the Cheetah Girls eight years ago, the musical group has been a positive example of multiculturalism.

    The real-life singing trio is currently made up of Kiely Williams, Adrienne Bailon and Sabrina Bryan, but the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that originally the musical group was created by Gregory to offer multicultural ideas through literature.

    Gregory created the fictional musical group for a series of 16 novels, but the concept eventually spawned two cable films and an eventual real-life version of the literary creation.
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