Articles in Art & Culture
The Award Winning Documentary “Elementary Genocide: The School To Prison Pipeline is up for AUDIENCE CHOICE AWARD & BEST DOCUMENTARY at the Peachtree Village International Film Festival.
Jessica Care More, Steffanie Christi’an, and Talib Kweli bless Atlanta on 1/3/15.
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
In exhibition GRAV·I·TY, Fahamu Pecou uses the trend of “saggin” (the style which sees young men wearing pants well below their waist) as an allegory to talk about Black male mobility and agency.
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.
Grammy Nominated soul man Anthony David and award winning visual artist Fahamu Pecou host a benefit showcase for Ayodele Murphy.
Respected educator, activist, and writer Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, will lend his voice to the collective call for violence prevention and drug free communities at the 10th annual TeenFest(ival) event, Saturday, May 17,2014 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the historic Carolina Theatre ( 309 W. Morgan Street Durham. NC 27701).
Fulton County Arts & Culture’s Southwest Arts Center & Evolve! Artists Live in association with Galo Entertainment presents…Soul Sista’s Juke Joint™where female artists spread their wings on stage…the Take Me Higher edition.
Real conversation on #MassIncarceration will take place on Monday, April 7th at 7pm-9pm on People TV Cable Channel 24 (Atlanta). You Can View It Live On www.PeopleTV.org . The show will be hosted by Kalonji Jama Changa w/ Rahiem Shabazz discussing his controversial documentary #ElementaryGenocide feat Special Guests: Songbyrd Jackson (Natural Living Advocate/Food Educator) Professor Edward Garnes (Award Winning Writer and Activist).
Verizon Wireless, The Andrew Young Foundation, The Atlanta Cyclorama, and Urban Film Review Present Black History Film Festival February 22, 2014 at Riverside Epicenter (135 Riverside Parkway Austell, GA 30168). For more info, visit www.blackhistoryfilmfestival.com.