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Herb Way, author: Portraits of Eve: Women of Color Share Their Body/Soul Conversations. Visit http://portraits-of-eve.com/ Way says his objective is to graphically show that every body has a beautiful story to tell, even – especially -- the woman of color’s and that story encompasses the soul that animates, the beliefs and experiences that inform, the energy and spirit that drive. Parnel Herb, Robert H. King and cast member and director of the new stage play: ANGOLA-3 is up for one night only, FRIDAY JULY 23, 2010, 8 PM at the UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON CULLEN PERFORMANCE HALL. The play is a part of a weekend of commemorative activities celebrating the life of Black Panther, Carl B. Hampton (July 23-26, 2010). Visit WWW.ANGOLA3THEPLAY.COM, WWW.CARLLIVES.COM, kingsfreelines.com and http://www.angola3action.org/faction/index.html Feven Debas editor of "Winta," an East African feature film, directed by Mesfin Sinke, gives our audience a brief synopsis. Visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQBHjz-516k "Winta," (TRT 2-1/4 hrs.), will be screened at Samuel Merritt University Theatre, 400 Hawthorne Street in Oakland, Saturday July 3rd at 2 PM and 6 PM. Resident playwright Michael Gene Sullivan joined the San Francisco Mime Troupe in 1988 as an actor and began writing for the Mime Troupe in 1992; he directed his first Mime Troupe production in 1995, and became head writer in 2000. The Tony Award-winning San Francisco Mime Troupe opens its 51st season with POSIBILIDAD, or Death of the Worker. POSIBILIDAD plays July 3 through September 19 (press opening: July 4 at Dolores Park in San Francisco) throughout the Bay Area in San Francisco, the North Bay, East Bay, Peninsula, and Santa Cruz. All shows are free and open to the public (unless otherwise noted). For a complete schedule and more information, call 415.285.1717 or visit www.sfmt.org We close with a song from Sarazino's "Yo Foy: 'One Big World.'"

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