OUT LOUD: Voices of the Black Power Babies 2/25 (Dartmouth) — Mwalim — AAPEX

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

OUT LOUD: Voices of the Black Power Babies 2/25 (Dartmouth)

The Griot's Corner @ the Frederick Douglass Unity House

Proudly Presents

Voices of the Black Power Babies

A generation of Performing Artists, Writers and Educators were born and raised during, as well as directly influenced by the artists, intellectuals and cultural architects of the Black Arts Movement; as the movement enters it's third generation we explore the transformation of a movement into a culture. Join us for our first evening of performances and conversation with two generations of Black Arts Movement Artists.

ASKIA TOURE - Griot, Poet, Black Arts Movement Architect, & Black Studies Pioneer
MIKAL AMIN "Hired Gun" LEE - Griot, poet, MC, and educator
TAH PHRUM DUH BUSH - Griot, Poet, Philosopher, MC and Actor
TANTRA-ZAWADI - Griot, Performance Poet, Writer and Filmmaker
MWALIM *7 - Griot, Performance Artist, Writer, Filmmaker and Assoc Prof of English and African/ African American Studies

THURSDAY, FEB. 25 - 6:30 - 8:30 PM

Frederick Douglass Unity House
285 Old Westport Road.
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747

For more information, contact 508.999.9222 or mpeters@umassd, edu

This event is Free and open to the public

"In my childhood a circumstance occurred which made an indelible impression on my mind, and laid the ground work of that enthusiasm.. ." - Nat Turner

MWALIM (MJ Peters)
Assoc. Professor of English & African/ African American Studies
Univ of Mass Dartmouth
285 Old Westport Rd.
N. Dartmouth, MA 02747
mpeters@umassd. edu
PH: 508-999-8304
FX: 508-999-9235

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