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 …
Feb 3: Alice Lovelace, Armed with Art, and The Haitian Alliance have joined forces to organize emergency relief funds and supplies for our Haitian brothers and sisters. Please help us impact the lives of 100 Hatians at a time. All proceeds will go towards the purchase of emergency aid & shipment.
In the debut episode of Sweet Tea Ethics, Ed Garnes, Dr. Cornel West, and Clifton West challenge Obama’s presidential policies for everyday people, drop science on political pimps, and question priorities of black leaders in high places.
On Friday, January 29th 2010, Prominent Partners, LLC presents “THE ATLANA NIGHTS CASINO: VEGAS STYLE” at the prestigious One Ninety One Club. This Benefit Production will transport guests into an authentic Las Vegas Style Casino in the heart of Downtown Atlanta. Entertainment will include Casino Gaming, upscale entertainment by Jazz Ensemble PURESOUNDZ featuring special guest vocalist Kemba Cofield, Magicians, Casino Showgirls and more!!!
Peep this commercial for Sweet Tea Ethics, a down-home discussion series created by Ed Garnes Jr., founder of From Afros to Shelltoes. In this hilarious clip, Ed & Dr. West battle , like Mcs, name droppin’ powerful musical artists.
Peep photos and news recap of the historic event Sweet Tea Ethics feat Ed Garnes, Dr. Cornel West, and Clifton West from allhiphop.com, hiphopwired.com, mauricegarland.com, and Karamu Photography, and Shannon McCollum.
Fahamu Pecou’s “All Falls Down” is what happens when truth telling comes knocking at your front door. Pecou’s work proclaims: “I see you (America).. and how you see me (the Black man).” Like all of his installations, style does not supplant substance. Pecou audaciously answers a very weighty question: “What happens when self-preservation becomes self-destruction?”
ATL: At Churchill Grounds Jazz Club, 660 Peachtree Street at 7:30 PM Love : Haiti – A Night of Music to Support the Humanitarian Effort in Haiti. Featured artists include Joi, Mausiki Scales and Common Ground Collective, Chanda McKnight, Russell Gunn, Big Rube, Avery Sunshine, Ken Ford, Luis Carreras, Vinx, DJ Vando and others.