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  • Da Button Pusha: Hip Hop and Brown Skin

    Da Button Pusha: Hip Hop and Brown Skin

    Da Button Pusha is a pioneering entrepreneur, activist and artist. She is the President of JBTV.com, a popular web based music media site. www.JPBTV.com

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  • Victor Ekpuk: A Picture is a Thousand Words

    Victor Ekpuk: A Picture is a Thousand Words

    “The central theme of my work is the exploration of the relationships, challenges and responses to changes that characterize the human condition. Of particular interest to my project is Nsibidi, an indigenous African system of writing that employs graphic signs, and codes to convey concepts. Inspired by this ancient writings, forms in my works are reduced to basic essence resulting in new symbols or codes in script-like drawings that are used to express contemporary experiences. When combined with Nsibidi signs, […]

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  • Dr. Peter Scharf: Community Education

    Dr. Peter Scharf: Community Education

    Peter Scharf Research Professor Department of Global Health Systems and Development Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine 1440 Canal Street, Suite 2200 New Orleans, LA 70112 Phone: 504.988.3655 Fax: 504.988.3653 pscharf@tulane.edu Research Interests: Criminal justice, law enforcement and forensics, technology and education Educational Background: AB, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York EdD, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts Professional Achievements: 2008 Foundations of Excellence award winner, Texas State University 2008 Nobel Public Service Presentation “Crime and the Knowledge Economy” […]

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  • Harold Clay: Disconnected Youth

    Harold Clay: Disconnected Youth

    Harold Clay is the Academy Director at Edna Karr Charter High School in New Orleans, LA. http://www.algierscharterschools.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=73244&type=d

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  • Makiyah Moody: Who to Save

    Makiyah Moody: Who to Save

    Makiyah has been involved in the education reform movement for the last nine years serving in various roles at Leadership for Quality Education’s Charter School Resource Center in Chicago, KIPP Foundation in Chicago and KIPP LEAD College Prep in Gary, Indiana. She has experience in fundraising and grant management, event planning, professional development, and program design and implementation.

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  • Deborah Cotton: Reconnecting the Disconnected

    Deborah Cotton: Reconnecting the Disconnected

    Writer, filmmaker, covering all things New Orleans.

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  • Wes Felton: Regrets

    Wes Felton: Regrets

    Wes Felton: Son of Jazz Legend and Pioneer Hilton C. Felton Jr. continuing his legacy of making musical footprints instead stepping into the shoes of conformity. This are just some of the over 20 records recorded by Wes Felton in the last 10 years. http://wesfelton.bandcamp.com/

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  • Pages Matam: Hip Hop

    Pages Matam: Hip Hop

    Pages Matam: Teacher, Spoken Word Artist, full time dad. The coolest African you will ever meet. A light way ahead of its shine. Artist. Teacher. Creator. https://twitter.com/pagesofle

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  • Pledging Greek: Aki & Lee

    Pledging Greek: Aki & Lee

    Lee and Aki agree to disagree about pledging Greek.

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  • Rallo Boykins: Relationships

    Rallo Boykins: Relationships

    Funny man Rallo Boykins serves up some relationship rants. http://twitter.com/#!/ralloboykins

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