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Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Lov Yo Mama Earth, Oaksterdam

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8:00 AM: Rebroadcast of Alrick Brown, dir. Kinyarwanda (SFIFF 54). 8:30 AM: playwright Michael Kroll & Rev. Dorothy Streuther, speak about Requiem for the Death Penalty, on the 20th Anniversay of CA's resumption of the death penalty by lethal gas in Robert Alton Harris's case, April 21, 1992. There are a series of events: art reception with Malaquias Montoya, at 1111 Minna Gallery in SF. Apr. 21 there is a film screening, there are awards for death penalty advocates, panel discussions with victims and survivors, culminating with the staged reading of kroll's play: "Just Like a Dog" at Shogun theatre in Berkeley, Apr. 23-24, 7 p.m. Visit http://requiemforthedeathpenalty.eventbrite.com/ 9:00 AM: Tina Abram-Davis, Visual Anthropologist's first presentation will be on April 24 at the http://humanrights.sfsu.edu/summit9.html She is featured on a panel at 3:30, Modern Epidemics.  The second panel, on April 25th at 9:30 a.m. is called "Until Haiti Spoke: The Cholera Epidemic".  The second project is part of a panel entitled "Human Rights Film Festival."  The presentation is called "Africa: A Colonial Project of Genocide." Edris Cooper Anifowoshe, actress, activist, producer, joins us to talk about "The Green Goddess," a fim screening in The Oaksterdam University/CalNORML Benefit, tonight, Friday, April 20, 3-8 p.m. at 1600 Broadway in Oakland. Donation $10. Visit http://www.calnorm.org/events.html Music: Alice Walker reciting We Have a Beautiful Mother, an excerpt from Praises for the World; Leon Williams's singing The Creator Has a Master Plan; Adimu WolfHawkJaguar's Hunter Poetry.