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  • Real Right: You’re the Truth

    Real Right: You’re the Truth

    Real Right hails from Brooklyn. He joined us while taping in Brooklyn.

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  • Barrett Schley: New Slavemaster

    Barrett Schley: New Slavemaster

    Barrett Schley hails from Pittsburgh, Pa. He’s mentors to youth.

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  • Ed Carter: Love Poem

    Ed Carter: Love Poem

    Ed Carter tells us about his love for a woman.

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  • Tiffany “Traye” Raye: Déjà Vu

    Tiffany “Traye” Raye: Déjà Vu

    Tiffiany “Traye” Raye hails from The Bronx, NYC. She shared with us while filming in Brooklyn. She’s a rising star on the poetry scene.

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  • Pages Matam: Diary of a Wimpy Kid

    Pages Matam: Diary of a Wimpy Kid

    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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  • Simone Jacobson: How to Lower Your Standards

    Simone Jacobson: How to Lower Your Standards

    Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Simone Jacobson is a Washington, DC-based writer, performer and curator of artistic talent, projects and programs. She is founding co-director of Sulu DC, a monthly showcase of Asian and Pacific Islander American performing artists. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in French Language and Literature from the University of Maryland. Her writing has appeared in Beltway Poetry Quarterly and on multiple blogs including IHM9to5, The Lantern Review and The Couch Sessions. Her project and arts management […]

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  • Ezra: Critical Condition

    Ezra: Critical Condition

    Leslie “Ezra” Smith is a Pittsburgh native who began acting in 1994 for A.R.C.H. Productions, performing in “Hitting Home”. His most recent performances include “Seven Guitars” as Canewell for Kuntu Repertory Theater (2005), “A Soldiers Play” as a Military Police officer and understudy for Henson for New Horizons Theater (2005), “Hidden in Harlem” as Charly and “Who’s Hero?” as The Soldier during The Theater Festival in Black in White for the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater (2005), “The Founder’s Play” as Tony […]

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  • Kymone Freeman: Nyabinghi Alchemy

    Kymone Freeman: Nyabinghi Alchemy

    Kymone Freeman is the director of the National Black LUV Festival recognized as a Washington, D.C. Mayor’s Art Award Finalist for Excellence in Service to the Arts in 2006 and received a Mayoral Proclamation in 2007. est. 1997 NBLF has since become the largest annual AIDS mobilization in WDC. Freeman has appeared along side Mark Twain and Harriet Tubman in newspapers and subway cars throughout WDC metro area as a Clinical AIDS Vaccine Trial Participant and NIH “Everyday Heroes” Ad […]

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  • Omékongo: Raise Hope for Congo

    Omékongo: Raise Hope for Congo

    Omékongo Dibinga is the UPstander Expert. His life’s mission is to inspire all across the globe to take a stand when they witness an injustice, no matter how small or large. Omékongo is a motivational speaker, trilingual poet, CNN contributor, TV talk show host, and positive rapper. His Urban Music Award winning work has best been described by Nikki Giovanni as “outstanding, exciting, and new while being very old.” His book, From the Limbs of My Poetree was described by […]

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  • Denvile Saine: Time

    Denvile Saine: Time

    New York based and Texas born singer, songwriter and spoken-word artist Denvil Saine is not easily confined to one genre. His currently released EP, Nevermine, is an eclectic mix of influences channeled into his own signature sound. A sound which he describes as a rhythmic poetic style fusing soul, r&b, and dance. Lyrical content being one of his main focuses, Denvil believes that like a story his music should invoke a sense of imagery that captivates the listener. He states, […]

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