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5/17 Farai Chideya @ Southwest Arts Center

Submitted by on May 16, 2009 – 4:51 pmNo Comment |

Farai Chideya’s joint News & Notes on NPR provided a platform for progressive talk featuring hip heads from play cousin Mark Anthony Neal (author of New Black Men) to Monie Love (hip hop legend).   Chideya is a smart, tech savvy and innovative cultural warrior who always keeps her integrity intact.  Support her and our friends at the Fulton County Arts Council this Sun.

Peace & Power

Ed G.


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