Here are some of my Creative inspirations from the past month: Leaf Global Arts! Literary Showcase #2: Because Love is and act of Courage Featured poets: Ronald Benjamin, Roger Bonair-Agard, Attillah Springer, Lynne Procope, and Thuli Zuma. Hosted by Lynne Procope and James Navé.
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My creativity is inspired by various people, media, spaces, things, etc., that I have come across in my life. Therefore, I want to start a monthly series where I share some of what I have come across in hopes that it will inspire you too: 1 ) Episode 79: Art & the Importance Of Physical […]
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“Children born in this desert are always thirsty.” This is a line from poet Mahogany L. Browne’s Poetic Theater Productions and The Wild Project presented production, Redbone: A Biomythography. The Eboni Hogan-directed, hour-long show descends into the depths of the relationship between Browne’s parents for Browne to better understand them and herself, and to highlight […]
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Professor of African & African-American Studies at Duke University and blog owner of New Black Man, Mark Anthony Neal began producing the weekly webcast Left of Black last year. Neal calls the series, “a contrarian view of blackness,” and it is due to his wide range of guests on the show who discuss a variety of […]
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