February 2010 Blog Posts (5)

Dr. Carolyn Fuentes - Autism



Dr. Carolyn Fuentes' profile at ColoredPeople.net describes her as "Composer, Designer, Musician, Promoter, Singer, Writer" to name a few.



I know her as a writer but most and foremost as a mom who is very involved in her children’s lives. Aeric (Rick) and… Continue

Added by ColoredPeople.net on February 21, 2010 at 5:20pm — No Comments

Max Parthas & Tribal Raine - March Forth For Freedom



Max Parthas and his partner Tribal Raine are two internationally known and established artists with over 10+ years in the Spoken Word industry and 20+ years in entertainment as headline artists performing alongside prominent poets such as Amiri Baraka, The Last Poets, Abyss, Nappy Roots, Georgia ME, Queen Sheba, Tommy Bottoms and many more.



"Prysmatic Dreams has dedicated…

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Added by ColoredPeople.net on February 10, 2010 at 2:02pm — No Comments

Darryl Arnez Williams - Keeping the legacy alive! Black Radio Broadcasters

DA Williams

Darryl Arnez (DA) Williams
grew up in Chestnut Hill, a suburb of the musically rich city of Philadelphia, P.A. and was born in a broadcasting / musical family.









Kae Williams Sr.



His father, Kae (loud mouth) Williams Sr., ( February 4th 1921 - December 29, 1989) was a pioneer radio personality and one of the earliest DJs to play the Blues. He was instrumental in the careers…

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Added by ColoredPeople.net on February 7, 2010 at 7:30am — No Comments

ONE LOVE - Views of Past, Present & Future of Black & Brown Solidarity



CORAZON DEL PUEBLO PRESENTS:

ONE LOVE - Views of Past, Present & Future: Black & Latino solidarity.

Envisioning unity through art and word.

Exhibit Dates: February 11th - 28th 2010.

Opening Reception: February 11th



"It’s not about unity for unity’s sake... We have common issues of poverty, failing educational systems, negative police… Continue

Added by iliana carter ramirez on February 5, 2010 at 4:11pm — No Comments

CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH - AMAZING 2010 - COMING FEBRUARY 16TH

CELEBRATE BLACK HISTORY MONTH

Coming Soon - Environmentally Sound Music TM Presents…

AMAZING 2010 - A Celebration of Black History Thru Art and Music



Amazing 2010 flyer



With a history of bringing artists and musicians together to raise money for charity, since 2003, Environmentally Sound Music TM (ESMTM.Org) has once again called upon the enormous talents of local artists and volunteers to present its newest production… Continue

Added by Environmentally Sound Music TM on February 1, 2010 at 10:35pm — No Comments

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