Monday, August 21, 2006

Angry & Truthful

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 New Orleans, then to watch those victims be tossed aside like yesterday news. Spike Lee brings Katrina and those fears back to the forefront with this New York Interview about his documentary When the Levees Broke: A Requiem in Four Acts check out the interview here

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.

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Check out Code Z highlights black artists and other visual creatives from around the world who push boundaries and push buttons

Multi-Tasking for Bird Watchers

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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