On April 19, 2015 at DePauw University’s Janet Prindle Institute of Ethics from 10am-11:30am, award winning scholar/activist Ed Garnes (DePauw Class of 99′), founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, will pour a special brew of …
Our play cousin Fahamu kicks off a new season of Intersessions at the beautiful new Center for Civil and Human Rights with guests; filmmaker and director Nzingha Stewart and award-winning producer Bryan Michael Cox on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 6pm.
THE 15 PROJECT is back for an all new season! Beginning January 9, 2015, the show will be LIVE from the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The 15 Project is a part of public programming series supporting the upcoming “Imagining New Worlds” exhibition at the High featuring a restrospective of artist Wifredo Lam with solo exhibitions by José Parlá, and Fahamu Pecou!
Commissioner Elect Marvin Arrington Jr., DJ Greg Street, Hardnett Enterprises, LLC, and Outside Looking In present Dads, Daughters, and Dolls Holiday Drive. Help daughters of incarcerated fathers feel their fathers’ love beyond the bars by donating new dolls. Bring donations to: Arrington & Phillips, LLP, 2200 Fairburn Rd, SW, Atlanta, GA 30331. Also join us for a gift-wrapping party on Wednesday, December 17, 2014, 6pm-9pm, at JR Crickets Cascade, 2384 Cascade Rd SW, Atlanta, GA 30311.
For more information email: Artis.Brunson@OutsideLookingIn.org
Please brings your families and join the parents of Jordan Davis & Kendrick Johnson as we share ways we can empower our communities and save our selves and our sons. Empower our sons to make it from CRADLES to CAREERS!
Charlotte, NC July 26: Soul of Cinema Movie Review is hosting a public screening of the documentary film, Elementary Genocide: From Primary to Penitentiary directed by award winning filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz.
Award winning writer, activist, and educator Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes & Sweet Tea Ethics, is featured on Episode 16 of Dr. Regina Bradley’s Outkasted Conversations?, a critically acclaimed dialogue series dedicated to thinking about the cultural and academic implications of the hip hop group Outkast.