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Jerusalem vs Tel Aviv

A few months ago I visited Israel and Palestine. I travelled with a group as a part of a journalistic course on a Danish school. We talked to a lot of interesting people and even though we were only there for one week, it felt like an eternity because we experience so many thought provoking and amazing things! 893 more words

Travel

Artist a Day Challenge (20): Dr. Lowery Stokes Sims

1999 was steeped in Y2K mania.  Prince’s 1999 and R.E.M.’s “It’s the End of the World” made notable musical comebacks and served as the soundtrack for our collective psyche dealing with the pending certainty that the world was hurtling toward a computer programmed apocalypse.   413 more words

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BLACK EMPOWERMENT MARKET

Black Empowerment Market

Hosted by Nefertina Abrams

FILM, PANEL DISCUSSION, LOCAL VENDORS, MUSIC,

LIVE PERFORMANCES, NYABINGHI DRUMMERS,

CHILDREN ACTIVITIES, FOOD, DRINKS, FUN, NETWORKING.

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Oakland Life

Artist a Day Challenge (17): Mindfulness and Modernism with Jennie C. Jones

Many years ago I took up the practice of Yoga during three important periods of my life.  When I first moved away from home for college, when I moved to Los Angeles 2001 and when I moved out of west L.A. 480 more words

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Conoce al artista: Renato Chacón

Algunas veces lo que pareciera ser un muro es en realidad una entrada. Cuando las dificultades de la edad y la enfermedad dejaron a Matisse imposibilitado para trabajar con pintura y lienzos, él cambió a las tijeras y al papel, creando algunos de sus trabajos más reconocidos, en la última década de su vida.

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Merida

Artist a Day Challenge (12): DeCarava and Jazz

“In between that one-fifteenth of a second there is a thickness.” Roy DeCarava

Roy DeCarava’s photos of jazz musicians are some of my favorites in his body of work.  

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