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Anansi An African Tale

Anansi is an animated Jamaican tale narrated by Denzel Washington, and accompanied by the music of reggae band UB40. Written by Brian Gleeson, it is a celebration of African /Jamaican cultural traditions. Enjoy!

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Discussing Red, Black & Green on KBHK's Black Renaissance

Interview with host Cristin Ayres airs Sunday, April 20 at 8 a.m. on KBHK CW44 (Cable 12) in the Bay Area viewing market. We discuss many of the fascinating locations on the African-American Freedom Trail, why the trail is important to the sense of belonging for African-American residents and visitors and preview the upcoming Red, Black & Green investment seminar on African-American life science, energy and environmental manufacturers April 23 at the Black Coalition on AIDS, 601 Cesar Chavez at 9 a.m.

Ed Gordon to Host "Do You Know Your Daddy?" Town Hall Discussion to Address Single-Parenting Issues in African American and Latino Communities; Will Stream Live on Wednesday, April 23rd

Billed as an “African American and Latino Family Crisis,” award- winning journalist Ed Gordon (President of Ed Gordon Media) will host a thought-provoking town hall discussion about the dynamics of fatherless households in America; particularly within African-American and Latino urban communities.

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Master Class: Show 'Em How To Do This, Sons! Music-Loving Dad Creates Classic LP Cover Remixes Starring His Sons

Classic Album Cover Remixes Created By a Music-Loving Dad, Starring His Adorable Sons

 Lance Underwood, father of two sons uses his tumblr page to share his remixed photoshopped versions of classic lp covers from across musical genres – Rock, Soul, R&B, Country, Jazz, Spoken Word, Comedy, Hip Hop – to amazing results. 155 more words

Soulcial Studies

“I think about positive change 
if I want to create 
positive change in my life!” 
Dwayne Alvin Hearn

African American

The future is full of possibility, 
whether you make one tiny change 
-or a whole invigorating, thrilling, 
inspiring bunch of them.” 
Oprah Winfrey

Spirituality

The future is full of possibility, 
whether you make one tiny change 
-or a whole invigorating, thrilling, 
inspiring bunch of them.” 
Oprah Winfrey

African American