8 AM: Nurse-midwife Mary Koroma from Sierra Leone has over the past 10 years dedicated her life to saving the lives of mothers and babies; Ayesha Feary, Director of Information and Education of AAPDEP. Xandréa Sanford-Treistman, psychologist and nutritionist/holistic health counselor, share the Africa's Future in African Hands Tour lands in Oakland APR 18-19, 20 with stops in two locations. APR 18, 6:30 PM at Niebyl Proctor Library, 6501 Telegraph Ave, OAK.; April 19, 6:30 PM, Uhuru House in Oakland--both events kick off the Bay Area Birth Justice Fair, Saturday, APR 21, 10 AM -5 PM at Uhuru House, 7911 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland. The events are all free to the public. The Bay Area Birth Justice Fair opens with a healing circle for mothers who have lost a child before its first birthday. Visit http://africasfuturetour.wordpress.com and http://www.bayareabirthjustice.wordpress.com or call 510-395-1780 8:30 AM:Michael Warr, awardwinning poet, speaks to us about his latest book, a poetic memoir: The Armageddon of Funk and two readings with a jazz band. The first at MoAD SF, APR 25, 6:30-8 AM, the second APR 28, 1-3 PM, at Readers Book Store, Bldg. C, Ft. Mason Center in SF. We close with a wonderful conversation with cast, director and writer for the wonderful closing night film at the OIFF, BASKETBALL 316: Pharoah Charles Powell, Ramasses T. Head, Founder, History In The Making Entertainment, Karen Cox, and Jo'Nez Cain.
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