There is a major fear that grips African American youth that fear is that nobody cares, nothing substantiated that fear like watching the Katrina victims in
Acts I and II premiere Monday, August 21 at 9pm (ET/PT), followed by Acts III and IV on Tuesday, August 22 at 9pm. All four acts will be seen Tuesday, Aug. 29 (8:00 p.m.-midnight), the first anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.Cool Site
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Your choice, tape this interview while watching When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts, or tape the documentary while listening to interview. Bird, Bop, Black Art and Beyond organizer Duane Deterville will appear on KPFA 94.1 FM as a guest on Greg Bridges’ Transitions on Traditions show. He may be joined by symposium participants Arthur Monroe and Robert Carmack. Please listen in.
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