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Sippin On Ink is an exploration into all things LGBTQ oriented. If you are a writer, artist, producer, musician, filmmaker, poet or actor then this is the show for you. We invite you to come on and tell the world what makes you unique as well as sharing the pathways you have traveled.

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Join me on September 10th at 8pm EST as I speak with Darnell L. Moore about living your work in your truth. Darnell L Moore is an educator and writer who lives in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently on the board of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies at the City University of New York and was appointed by then-Mayor Cory A. Booker as Inaugural Chair of his LGBTQ Advisory Concerns Commission. He is also the co-founder, along with Beryl Satter, of the groundbreaking Queer Newark Oral History Initiative. Along with former NFL player Wade Davis II, he recently co-founded YOU Belong, a social good company that launched the first ever LGBTQ youth summer camp in the U.S. pairing professional athletes (i.e. NFL and NBA) with LGBTQ youth. He is a nationally-recognized speaker and diversity consultant/trainer who has lectured and/or advocated broadly on LGBTQ concerns; race, gender, and sexuality; gender equity; Black masculinities; positive youth development; and other social justice issues in the U.S., UK, Canada, South Africa, Israel, and Palestine. It is equally important to Darnell that his work extends beyond the institutional and geographical spaces where he has served. He is a Managing Editor/Partner of The Feminist Wire, a popular multi-media site dedicated to publishing progressive news and analyses.
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Craig Stewart is one of America's most gifted writers. His work debuted on stage in Atlanta with A Day in the Life, wowing sold out audiences and critics alike. Stewart returns with his highly anticipated memoir, ?Words Never Spoken?... more

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James Earl Hardy is the author of the best-selling B-Boy Blues series: B-Boy Blues (1994), praised as "the first gay hip-hop love story" and prominently featured in Spike Lee's Get On The Bus; it's sequel, 2nd Time Around (1996); If... more

Join us as we talk to author Teryn Williams about her newest release "Rose from the Bayou" a novel centered in New Orleans during the 1990's. It is a dark and unthinkable tale of friendship between Scarlet Rose Laveau and Koral Baptiste.... more

Kai M. Green is a poet, performer, musician, and filmmaker dedicated to bringing the stories of the oppressed to forefront through their art and scholarship. Kai was born and raised in Oakland, California. Kai completed their B.A. in American... more

Dr. D. Marcell is a scholar and ordained minister. As founder and editor-in-chief of N-convenient Truth, an e-publication for SGL men of color, he believes that his divine call is to authenticate, validate, and empower the SGL. Saved, Sanctified,... more

PAPER OVER "THE REVIVAL" A salon styled poetry tour, Cereus Arts' REVIVAL is a unique arts experience of libations, poetry, music, and more. Honors the traditions of past artists and allies who communed in their homes, finding a... more

Marvin K. White, author of last rights (finalist for Stonewall Book Award and Lambda Literary Award), nothin' ugly fly (finalist for Lambda Literary Award), Our Name Be Witness and Status, is a poet, performer, playwright, visual artist and... more

Elizabeth Anderson is the Programing Director at Charis Books and More, the South's oldest and largest independent bookstore since 1974. Elizabeth is a fiction writer and bookseller. She believes words have the power to change lives... more

Michael-Christopher is a highly talented, multifaceted, creative professional based in the Washington, DC area. After working in the publishing industry in New York, Michael created LIVING THE LIFE comic magazine then began writing novels... more
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