1. Dinizulu Gene Tinnie joins us to talk about “The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, Dec. 2.
He is a visual artist, educator, writer, and community activist based in Miami, Florida. Among the projects with which he is involved are a Slave Ship Replica Project and an annual Middle Passage remembrance; the restoration of Historic Virginia Key Beach Park, Miami’s fondly remembered onetime “Colored Beach” of the Jim Crow era.
He recently collaborated on the design and installation of an exhibition at Fort Lauderdale’s Old Dillard Museum on the history of Black educational philosophy from ancient times to the present, before during, and after slavery.
2. Dr. Marsha Guess, MD and Dr. Kathleen A. Connell join us to talk about women's pelvic health. See https://urogyn.coloradowomenshealth.com/
3. Trombonist, scholar, educator and activist Angela Wellman has performed with the McCoy Tyner Big Band, Joe Williams, Al Grey, Slide Hampton, and other noted musicians. The Kansas City, Missouri, native is a third generation musician and music educator. In 2016 she received the Cultural Key to the City from Mayor of Oakland. She is presently pursuing a Ph.D. in Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and plans to have it completed in 2019.
4.Taiwo Kugichagulia-Seitu, storyteller, and praise singer, joins us to talk about The Jazzy Nutcracker & Go Tell It: A Harriet Tubman Christmas Story, Dec. 9 & Dec. 16, 2017 at Fremont High School in Oakland. See GoTellIt.info and lyricperformingartsacademy.com
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