Organized Love: Ideas on Non-Violence (Panel Discussion and Selected Readings)

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The African American Library at The Gregory School’s exhibition Organized Love: Ideas on Non-Violence will be closing on Feb 21, 2015. They will have also have a panel discussion and selected readings. Closing… Continue reading

Workers Awarded 15 Million- Boss Called Workers Racial Epithets

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If.. I said this happened without this link some people would say- “you have no proof” or “no on does that anymore, stop living in the past”, “this is a one time situation”,… Continue reading

Jamal Cyrus exhibition As Long as these Weeds and Green Grass Grow

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Please join Project Row Houses and Jamal Cyrus for the opening of his exhibition, “As Long as these Weeds and Green Grass Grow,” Friday, February 27, 2015 at 7pm. “As Long as these… Continue reading

Bert Long on PBS Black History month. Rest In Peace

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Bert Long will be on PBS Feb 10th 2015 at 10pm central Bert Long’s website. LINK PBS – LINK K

Music Video by the Hue from Houston (duh) with Some Special Guests

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WORLD PREMIER!!! OK check this out. A Houston rap group partnered with some Houston artists and created this video. It’s an homage and reference to the hip hop group Digable Planets song and… Continue reading

What’s My Status: Documenting My Lack of Humanity

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Yay! My scientific experiment is a success! My hypothesis was correct; the same sentiment is produced when encountered with the following two scenarios: (a) When a car is creeping behind while you walk… Continue reading

What’s My Status: Documenting My Lack of Humanity

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These weekly status updates are part of my grand plot to subdue, create envy and remain human. The established norms that exist in social media are currently occupying the space in my practice… Continue reading

Celebrating Amiri Baraka

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Place: The African American Library at the Gregory School Time: Saturday 2:30pm – 3:30pm This program presented by artist Regina Agu, in collaboration with Akua Holt, will highlight the work of Amiri Baraka,… Continue reading

What’s My Status: Documenting My Lack of Humanity

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I just invented street bike dancing, and synchronized street bike dancing- just in need of a partner.

Gentrifying Third Ward, TX

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July 2014 I began to notice a change in the physical geography of Third Ward around 2006. The initial stage of urban development was announced via signage. They read: ‘Cash for Houses, Any… Continue reading