Articles tagged with: Sweet Tea Ethics
Award winning writer and activist Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes and nationally acclaimed expert on black male development, will join Gregory Ellison, II , Ph.D. for a Fearless Dialogues Community Conversation Saturday, September …
Ed Garnes Joins Dr Gregory Ellison Fearless Dialogues Cut Dead But Still Alive International Conversation
Award winning writer and activist Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes and nationally acclaimed expert in black male development, joined Gregory Ellison, II , Ph.D. for a “Fearless Dialogue” event Saturday, July 20 at Candler School of Theology on the Emory University campus.
FunkJazz Kafe’ Founder Jason Orr Talks Evolution, Trayvon Martin, and Computers Stealing Donny Hathaway’s Vibe
In a far reaching conversation with award winning writer Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, Jason Orr , founder of FunkJazz Kafe’, discusses black cultural evolution, Prince, Trayvon Martin, and computers stealing Donny Hathaway’s vibe.
Edward M. Garnes, Jr. coined Anthony David “the Bill Withers of hip-hop soul” well over a decade ago. In the time following his penning of David’s print debut, the respected scribe and genre-blurring soul man have forged a bond based on mutual respect and a deep love of the arts. Now, the talented artists are joining forces for an unabashed series of campus dialogues entitled Sweet Tea Ethics. Specifically targeting college students, the interactive sessions will confront hot bed issues and also feature lively freestyles on topics posed by audience members. Official tour dates TBA.
Fueled by an uncanny mix of observational humor and candid social commentary, “How To Eat Chicken Wings, Battle Injustice, and Graduate On Time” transforms grandma’s folk tales, personal college experiences, and sobering life lessons into practical strategies for personal development and real world application. Mixing the reasoning sessions of the local barbershop and fervor of street corner theologians, the inter-generational dialogue covers a wide range of topics including manhood, black love, bridging generation gaps, and the cross cultural appeal of hip hop. Far beyond canned speeches or lectures, award winning writer, counselor, educator, and activist Edward M. Garnes, Jr. , founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, shoots straight in his most personal speaking tour of all time.
Ed Garnes, Founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, and Grammy nominated soul man Anthony David discuss creative process, soul music, and the importance of songwriting during a special edition of Sweet Tea Ethics at Spelman College.
In this episode of Sweet Tea Ethics, Ed Garnes, Dr. Cornel West, and Clifton West discuss the accessibility of love, spiritual malnutrition, moral constipation Dr. Martin Luther King and Tupac Shakur. To book a Sweet Tea Ethics event contact email@example.com.
In this episode of Sweet Tea Ethics, Ed Garnes, Killer Mike, Dr. Cornel West, Clifton West discuss market forces, hip hop, and why you won’t hear dead prez or Phonte on the radio.
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.
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.
Atlanta-Jan 17,2010: For the first time ever, the critically acclaimed West brothers will speak candidly about their inspiring bond as supportive siblings in a historic dialogue with award winning writer, counselor, and producer Edward M. Garnes, Jr., founder of F.A.T.S and an Atlanta Tribune Man of Distinction. Mixing the reasoning sessions of the local barbershop and fervor of street corner theologians, the inter-generational talk will cover a wide range of topics including manhood, black love, bridging generation gaps, and the cross cultural appeal of hip hop.