Image detail from video for “Be Still My Heart” by Paul F. Xaiver with art by Jaanika Talts. “The Universe said, ‘let me show your soul something beautiful.’” ––Aberjhani (from ELEMENTAL, The Power of Illuminated Love) If emergent expressionism lends chromatic form and substance to in-between states of … More Sensualized transcendence: Editorial and poem on the art of Jaanika Talts (pt 2) – National African-American Art | Examiner.com
As close to a million or more people pour into Savannah, Georgia, for the March 17 St. Patrick’s Day Parade and associated festivities a number of them will also take time to visit the childhood home of America’s iconic author, Flannery O’Connor, at 207 E. Charlton Street near Lafayette Square. … More Events, Books Highlight Author Flannery O’Connor’s Legacy (part 1)
In her message, Clinton described this milestone event as “an opportunity for all of us around the globe to celebrate the diversity of our societies and to honor the contributions that our fellow citizens of African descent make every day to the economic, social and political fabrics of our communities.” … More Hillary Clinton Gives 2011 International Year for People of African Descent a Needed Boost
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