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Liz is a small business owner, wife, and mother. She attended Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois where she studied Theatre and Film Management. Upon leaving NU, Liz was a founder in the award winning Equity ensemble The Immediate Theatre Company in Chicago where she produced over 20 plays.
Liz has worked in a variety of aspects of the Entertainment business including producing “The Storytelling Hour” for Deaf West Theater, Development Director for Sign World TV, a cable network which would serve the 20 million deaf and hard of hearing people within the United States. She was responsible for development and casting for programs produced by the network. She has also worked as a Production Coordinator for a variety of programs and conferences. She has been an Agape Practitioner for fourteen years working in their Youth ministry and the Ministry for the Deaf.
Liz is the director of a non for profit group Zebrah Smacks. A group of youth ages
15-18 who raise money to rebuild schools around the world. They have raised $5,000
from the sale of the first original CD to support the Amazing Grace Orphanage and
currently have raised $25,000 from the sale of their second CD, We are More Than
This, providing books, water, desks, and more for the St. Sheket Elementary School
In Lalibela, Ethiopia. Currently the teens are have raised $30,000 toward re building an
elementary school in Haiti.
greetings once again DWT family and friends, i am proudly announcing the apearance of Oba Willian King The BlackCoffeeMan. I highly recommend attending the taping of this show live at Lalibela's saturday at 3pm. This show will be aired Sunday @10:30 am. Baba Oba has an extraordinairy talent seasoned with love for Our culture and heritage. join us either live @lalibela's and or listen to it Sunday @ 10:30 am. peace and blessings in abunDance!!!!!!
greetings akwabaa, DuB WyZe TaLk family. yesterday at Lalibela's we had a wonderful visit from mylitant and the hazetones! what a treat it was to finally meet baba mylitant. he brought his band the hazetones and ignited a quite festive vibe seasoned with love and peace. hours after his show lalibela's was yet imbued with a happy and positive vibe.
peace and love and abunDance!
kwame bediako has been a pillarr in the conscious community for decades. I invite you to sit in our conversation as we discuss our patriarchs and matrriarchs contribution to the art form of reggae. We will discuss who caught his ear first musically, baba will share his experiences with the famous and the real famous.
In conclusion you will agree that we are eternally grateful for the job well done.
greetings and hotep everyone. today we are so elated to chat with baba tony panther. we will discuss his days with the band he founded called "roots vibration". we are fortunate to have one of the true pioneers of reggae performing in chicago. hear it here!
Host, Suzanne Lieurance, talks with the author of The Best Beekeeper of Lalibela.
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