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Do you know where you are? Amerigo Vespucci, the explorer, is known today as America. Then where are we since America is named after Amerigo Vespucci? Does it matter to know where we are? Could America be a Dream for Dreamers... more

Brooks recalls taking on and directing serval plays written by African Americans, the composition of audiences, their awareness, their experiences. and their desire to see, hear, and experience more.

Kathleen ?Kristy Love? Brooks heals the body, mind and soul with her music. Known as an entertainer extraordinaire, she has performed as a solo vocal artist, actress, and dancer; and with ?The Platters? group. Her special gifts and talents... more

Winter Solstice has varied across cultures, with recognition of rebirth, holidays, festivals, gatherings, rituals or other celebrations across cultures.

Charles David Brooks, III is a Poet, Actor, Playwright, Director, Choreographer, and Professor of Theatre. His philosphy is that "we are all playing a role, but we don't know what the play is."

Educating the People!