Annual Afropunk Festival comes to an end

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FORT GREENE -

The annual Afropunk Festival came to an end Sunday in Fort Greene.

Commodore Park held the annual three-day festival this weekend.

This event promotes unity through music, film, skate and art.

Big headliners at the event were artists Miguel and The Internet.

The festival was founded in 2005 and continues to draw in crowds every year.

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