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We open with a rebroadcast of an interview with Joanna Haigood re: Sailing Away Sept. 13-16, 2012 on Market Street in San Francisco. Out & Equal at Work edited by Selisse Berry contributor: Christie Hardwick has more than thirty years of experience with Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations and grassroots organizing efforts. She is also past president of the National Board of Directors for GLSEN: Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network. She provides strategic thinking and personal guidance services to clients across the United States. Christie has facilitated the Out & Equal Executive Forum since 2008. Shirlene Holmes,  playwright's work "A Lady and A Woman" is having its West coast debut next week, March 7-24 at the Eureka Theatre in SF. Dr. Holmes is an Associate Professor at Georgia State University presently. Her dramas are rooted in the African American experience and give voice to the marginalized in society and celebrate the profundity of the common person.
www.TheRhino.org  Dave Christensen, dir. The Harvey Milk Photo Center, a San Francisco Recreation and Park facility, and Jennifer McFarland, dir., The Pirkle Jones Foundation join us to speak about artists Pirkle Jones and Ruth-Marion Baruch's Black Power/Flower Power an exhibit currently up through March 23 at the Havey Milk Photo Center in San Francisco, 50 Scott Street at Duboce in San Francisco. Visit http://www.pirklejones.com/ and harveymilkphotocenter.org Music: Abraham Burton's Amina and Judith Sephuma's LeTshephile Mang.

 

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