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June 4, 2014 – 9:04 am |

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.

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Ed Garnes Tribute To Jazz Legend Freddie Hubbard

January 5, 2009 – 10:31 am |

Before Street Lights Call Us Home
(A Tribute to Jazz Legend Freddie Hubbard)

By Edward M. Garnes, Jr.

CHRISETTE MICHELE ON BEING A LADY

December 31, 2008 – 5:07 pm |

Chrisette Michele has been here before. Inheriting the vulnerability and matchless vocal character of queens like Billie Holliday and Phyllis Hyman, she plainly personifies loves vacant assurances as well as its soul stirring potential. Michele’s musical gifts vacillate between the sonic mysticism of smoky jazz clubs and the boomin’ system vigor of hip hop. In this exclusive with Ed Garnes, Michele represents for everyday sistas.

Ed Garnes Vents On Scarface, Fake Rappers, Drug Culture

December 29, 2008 – 12:51 pm |

From running numbers to moonshine runs and after hour juke joints, black folks have often utilized the underground economy. Scarface is a hood hero because it is the ultimate underdog story.

Ed Garnes Traces Anthony David’s Rise Circa 00′

December 27, 2008 – 12:56 pm |

The following joint is an exclusive excerpt from award winning writer Edward M. Garnes, Jr.’s long awaited collection Other Side of The Game: Rare Testimonials On Music & Black Cultural Production to be published by Home Grown in 2009. This was the first story ever written on Anthony David way back in 2000.

Obama Drama: When Racial Identity Goes Wrong

October 30, 2008 – 4:20 am |

Obama is not as racially obscure as Justice Clarence Thomas or as radical as the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. But, he occupies a curious public space where his “Blackness” is palatable across race and class fault lines.

Ed Garnes Femi Kuti Talk Music/Freedom

September 30, 2008 – 4:31 am |

Celebrating his Definitive Collection release, Kuti talks freedom, black music, and second slavery in a rare interview with Ed Garnes. The following interview is an exclusive excerpt from award winning writer Garnes’ long awaited collection Other Side of The Game: Rare Testimonials On Music & Black Cultural Production to be published by Home Grown in 2009.

Shannon McCollum Conjures Gordon Parks

September 29, 2008 – 12:30 am |

Navigating beyond industry politics with an infectious southern charm and keen cultural eye, McCollum’s candid portraits have traced the evolutionary genius of funk mavens OutKast, captured the elusive flair of Erykah Badu, confirmed John Legend’s cool, reaffirmed The Last Poet’s necessity, and redeemed the Notorious BIG.

Damn Technology! Blog Being Remixed

September 19, 2008 – 6:56 am |

Wassup cool people. We had some issues with the blog. Check back soon as we update. In the meantime Peep Us Here On Myspace
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Ed Garnes Speaks On W.E.B. Dubois Talented 10th

April 10, 2008 – 11:56 pm |
Ed Garnes Speaks On W.E.B. Dubois Talented 10th

April 10, 2008, Atlanta, GA- Atlanta based author, educator, and counselor Ed Garnes joined educators and music/tv industry executives from allhiphop.com, National Academy of Recording Arts Scienes(NARAS), Radio One, CW Network, BET, …

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