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We open the show with a conversation with actor, Alex Ubokudom, who is both African and American, joins us to talk about Nigeria on the occasion of its 50th anniversary of freedom from Britain. He is also currently on stage in Tarell Alvin McCraney's "The Brothers Size" (as Elegua) at the Magic Theatre through October 17. There is a free matinee, Sat.,October 9, 2010, 2:30 at the Laney College Theatre. The play is for mature audiences. Mary Campbell and Deidre Wilson speak about the California Coalition for Woman Prisoners and Free Battered Women State-wide Conference Friday-Sunday, October 8-10, 2010. Dr. Marcus Lorenzo Penn is a native Bay Area physician by training, but a photographer by passion. He has traveled throughout the world-visiting six of the seven continents-gathering photos of his experiences. Medically, he trained to diagnose and treat through medication. Artistically, he evolved to share and discover through photography. His work aims to reveal the natural, elemental, environmental, social and cultural intricacies of the sometimes unseen, so that clarity and wisdom can be gained. His photos are featured in the exhibition, "Visions of Ghana", at the FLOAT Gallery of Oakland through October 30, at 1091 Calcot Place #116, Oakland, CA, 510-535-1702 Directions: http://thefloatcenter.com/location.html Visit http://www.thephotographerphysician.com
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