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Dagmar Schultz, director, speaks about her new film: AUDRE LORDE - THE BERLIN YEARS 1984 to 1992 explores a little-known chapter of the writer’s prolific life, a period in which she helped ignite the Afro-German Movement and made lasting contributions to the German political and cultural scene before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the German reunification. Her film screens as a part of Berlin and Beyond:http://www.goethe.de/ins/us/saf/prj/bby/enindex.htm Director Ayodele Wordslanger Nzinga, MA, MFA, PhD, is a writer, educator, playwright, director and performance artist who uses art as a medium of conversation within marginalized populations. Saturday, September 29, 2012, and October 20, 2012: 3 performances, 4:00PM, 5:00PM, & 6:30PM showings.
Theater, Poetry & Bar-b-Q performances of Rag Doll Lullaby, by William Crossman,  a new one-act play about a Black mother’s and daughter’s inseparable bond of love and courage in the face of racism present and past. Directed by Ayodele Wordslanger Nzinga the work is performed by The Lower Bottom Playaz www.lowerbottomplayaz.com The classical African civilizations of ancient Kush and Nubia are in jeopardy of being permanently flooded by a series of dams along the Nile River in northern and central Sudan. Time is limited for Prof. Manu Ampim, our guest, along with Ammnah Babikir, whose people are being threatened, the professor's research team to document the remaining archaeological evidence before the flooding begins. The mission will require $50,000 to complete and help convince UNESCO to begin protection of the sites. The fundraiser is Sat., Oct. 13, 2012 from 3-6 PM at savenubia.org

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