1. Rev. Kamal Hassan, facilitator, OneLife Institutes' "Healing Black Lives": A special day of healing and renewal for people of African Descent" at Lake Merritt United Methodist Church. https://www.onelifeinstitute.org/healing-black-lives. 2019 dates: Saturdays, March 16, June 8, Aug 17 & Dec 7 (9:30am-4:30pm)
Kamal Hassan, OneLife Board Member & Spiritual Co-Director is also a spiritual leader, educator, and community servant. He currently serves as Pastor/Teaching Elder at the Sojourner Truth Presbyterian Church in Richmond California, a position he has held since 2008. Before this call Reverend Hassan spent more than three decades as both a public and private school educator, community organizer and religious worker. Kamal is a founding member of both the New Afrikan People’s Organization and the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement. He has worked for social justice and Human Rights locally, nationally, and internationally.
2. Deborah Santana, editor, All the Women in My Family Sing (recorded 07.03.2018).
3. Dina Zarif, curator, Iranian artist, join us to talk about "Music of the Banned" concert March 16, 2019. http://redpoppyarthouse.org/event/motb-20190316/
4. Amara Tabour Smith, Nkeiruka Oruche, Amber McZeal join us to talk about: House/Full of Black Women's Black Women Dreaming "divine darkeness" March 24-April 14, 2019 visit http://www.deepwatersdance.com/
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