Our Most Electrifying Poet Has Gone to Sleep PDF Print E-mail
Written by Molefi Kete Asante   
Thursday, 16 January 2014 09:12

Amiri Baraka, a brilliant light that shined brightest when in the middle of battling for his people's rights, has taken the eternal sleep. His manifest destiny was to make racial criminals and political thugs angry and uncomfortable. This is why the poems he wrote agitated the establishment and made him a righteous defender of human freedom. He was a free man and in that freedom he was free to be bold, to be wrong, to be strong and to be adventurous, and to be right. Always capable of self-correction, Baraka's ability to take the dagger of his words and strike the blow for truth as he saw it was uncanny and a part of his genius. We will miss him and his poems and plays and essays that provoked a generation. Nothing anti-African passed him without a comment and nothing was so close to him as his battle with his own intellect.

Young Africans Choir Coming to Columbia PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 January 2014 08:32

Hosted by: Brookland Baptist Church
Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 6:00 PM
Brookland Foundation
1066 Sunset Blvd
Columbia, SC 29202
Tel: (803) 744-7914

The Young Africans are a gifted group of singers, musicians and dancers who were all once a part of the world-renowned African Children’s Choir.

Jonathan Green: Artist, Activist, Historian PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Writer   
Monday, 09 September 2013 09:44

Jonathan Green is considered by many art critics and reviewers to be one of the most important painters of the Southern experience. Green’s work, which has been exhibited at major national and international venues, reflects a deep sense of history and place.

Happenings PDF Print E-mail
Written by Staff Writer   
Thursday, 23 May 2013 00:00

Mark your calendars!

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