Wanda's Picks Radio, Dec. 2 & Dec. 4 (encore)
2. Our next guest is Dr. Sekham Heka Maat Ra of KRST Unity Center in Los Angeles. He is going to be speaking with Professor Manu Ampim, Sat., Dec. 5, 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the topic: "Maat: Ancient Wisdom and Contemporary Strategy. The talk is at the Golden Gate Branch of the Oakland Public Library, 5606 San Pablo Ave., in Oakland.
Professor Sekhem is a disciple of Stokely Carmichael aka Kwame Toure and has been working over
|Poet, Educator, Playwright, Arisa White|
|Michael Gene Sullivan, playwright|
|Nick Nanna Hadikwa Mwaluko, Sam excerpt (PSWB Portraiture)|
Nick Nanna Hadikwa Mwaluko was born in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania but raised in neighboring Kenya. Mwaluko worked several years with Reuters News Agency in Kenya and New York City before attending Columbia University on scholarship and fellowship, graduating magnum cum laude. Mwaluko is currently a Point Scholar and attending Columbia University's graduate MFA (Masters in Fine Arts) program for playwriting. Mwaluko has written four epics, several full length and one act plays focusing on queer, black issues among other topics.
Amy Mueller (Artistic Director) is an award-winning director. Since taking the helm of Playwrights Foundation ten years ago she has transformed the scope of the organization into a year-round center for new plays and playwrights. Recent credits include: ...and Jesus Moonwalks the Mississippi by Marcus Gardley, One Big Lie by Liz Duffy Adams (dramaturg), Mr. Fujiyama's Electric Beach by Kevin Oakes (dramaturg), and co-creator of The Mandala Olive Project at the Exit Theatre. Director: Voices Under Water by Abi Basch, Between The Eyes by Naomi Wallace and No Good Deed by Mollena Williams. She has directed at Cutting Ball Theater, Berkeley Rep, San Diego Rep, A.C.T. Seattle and Arizona Theatre Company. She is the mother of two beautiful children.
Link to show (in post title too): http://tobtr.com/8044817