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Today on the 7th anniversary of the War in Iraq and the changing guard of seasons, Winter into Spring, we reflect transcendentally on how art heightens and expands conversations about life & death & life after death. Last week we spoke to director, Freida Lee Mock about Lt. Ehren Watada, the subject in her latest film. He was court marshaled for refusing to deploy to Iraq. Today we speak to a woman, Mrs. Mildred Dill'Ard who at 92 has lived through many wars and even more history as this young nation finds its true personality and rises to the greatness it is capable of. Mrs. Dill'Ard opens the show with cast and director of The Delany Sisters: First 100 Days: Monica Justice & Macia Branisel, alternating roles as "Bessie Delany," & director, Sean Vaughn Scott. Visit http://blackrepertorygroup.com/ Susie Butler depicts jazz legend, Ms. Sarah Vaughn, at her 86th Birthday Tribute, March 28, 2010, at the Jazz Heritage Center, located in the Yoshi’s Jazz Complex, 1330 Fillmore, in San Francisco, at 2 PM and 5 PM. For ticket information please call (415) 255-7745. Visit http://www.sassysusiebutler.com/music.html Next is David Evan Harris, Research Affiliate at the Institute for the Future and Executive Director of the Global Lives Project, a non-profit media organization with more than 250 volunteer collaborators in 10 countries. His work with IFTF focuses on social change, political economy, the global south and new media. Global Lives is currently at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts through June 20 in the Big Ideas Gallery. Visit http://globallives.org/ We close with a conversation with filmmakers participating www.asianamericanmedia.org: S.Leo Chiang, "A Village Called Versailles" and Gerry Balasta, "The Mountain Thief." We again feature music from Babatunde Lea's latest "Umbo Weti: A Tribute to Leon Thomas": "Sun Song" with Dwight Trible in vocals, Gary Brown on bass, Ernie Watts on tenor sax, Patrice Rushen on piano and of course, Babatunde Lea on percussion.
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African Diaspora
Black Art and Culture
Visual Arts Performing Arts
Theatre Music Dance Film
Art and Politics Revolutionary Thinking
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