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  • Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Spaces – VeVe & Tha Rebels feat. Baltimore from Up High

    Using art to embody the feelings of a movement have long been practiced. VeVe & The Rebels use their piece to speak about the current tension felt by America surrounding the deaths of blacks by police. Coupled with images of Baltimore, a city that is in a growing list of hubs centered in this ‘movement’, VeVe & Tha Rebels help bring life to feelings felt by many. ve ve and the rebels

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  • Ameca Reali: Her Love for All Things New Orleans

    Ameca Reali: Her Love for All Things New Orleans

    Ameca Reali (BA, SUNY, Buffalo; JD, Loyola College of Law, New Orleans) was born and raised in a small town in Upstate, NY. She is one of three children raised by a single parent in public housing. From an early age her mother taught the principles of service to others and the community and advocacy through her work in the community. Ameca graduated Cum Laud with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University at Buffalo in 2006. She […]

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  • Niṣṭha Raj: Her Music Journey

    Niṣṭha Raj: Her Music Journey

    Nistha Raj’s initial training in music began with western classical violin at the age of nine, which she pursued seriously until graduation from college. She received a B.A. in music with honors from the University of Houston in 2003. Although born and raised in the U.S., because of her Indian heritage, she was exposed to the classical music of India from her childhood and had an intense desire to delve deeper into a study of the music. http://nistharaj.com/

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  • Deborjah Blackwell: Country Music

    Deborjah Blackwell: Country Music

    One of DC’s finest poet, spoken word artists and activists. https://www.facebook.com/deborjha.blackwell

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  • Reuben Jackson: State of Black Music

    Reuben Jackson: State of Black Music

    Reuben Jackson is a poet, writing instructor, and archivist with the Smithsonian Institution’s Duke Ellington Collection. He lives in Washington, DC. http://www.writer.org/ReubenJackson

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  • Imani Milliones: Contemporary Music

    Imani Milliones: Contemporary Music

    Imani Milliones hails from Pittsburgh, PA and is off to college this fall to study computer music (just kidding).

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  • Mix – What is Love? #2

    Mix – What is Love? #2

    We are curious what people think about “love”. Not not just love for a significant other, but love in general. Featured in this video is David Beeks, Matt Rosen, Charles Whitaker, Neojaylia, Candace Iloh, Angela Head and Alphie.

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  • Spaces: Memorialize with Funn (MLK Day Tribute)

    Spaces: Memorialize with Funn (MLK Day Tribute)

    We dedicate this Spaces clip in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the upcoming Black History Month. Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968) was an American clergyman, activist, and prominent leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. —— Black History Month was begun as Negro History Week by historian Carter G. Woodson in 1926. His goal was to educate the American people about African-American history, focusing on African Americans’ cultural backgrounds and reputable achievements. […]

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  • Spaces: Alleys & Cans (Featuring David Spitzberg)

    Spaces: Alleys & Cans (Featuring David Spitzberg)

    Exploring the unique alleyways in Washington, DC was a fun thing to do for the director Gemal Woods. He used to take his son, between the ages of 2-4 on walks during the day in the alleys because of less traffic and more opportunities stop and explore and ponder. When David Spitzberg came in to perform for the Angle with his unique instruments (cans and buckets along a traditional drum), the director knew it would be a perfect visual fit, […]

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  • Kitchen Quartet: Shannon Dunne and Sean McComiskey

    Kitchen Quartet: Shannon Dunne and Sean McComiskey

    Shannon Dunne- Concertina. Shannon is well known in the Irish music scene as a sean-nos dancer, with an impressive resume of performances, teaching experience, and collaboration. She began playing concertina in 2006 as an attempt to deepen her understanding of the music and became obsessed with the instrument. She has studied with Tim Collins, Geroid O’Halveran, Edel Fox and Dana Johnson. To learn more about her dance, her music or simply her, visit: http://shannondunne.com/ or facebook: shannon dunne dance, or lastly, twitter: […]

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