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Author Archives: L. NuNuu

Shanee Ransom – Exclusive Interview

preyin on faith

Preyin’ on Faith: An Interview with Director/Producer/Playwright Shanee Ransom In July, I had the pleasure of experiencing ‘Preyin’ on Faith’, a wonderful, original three-act gospel musical written and directed by Shanee L. Ransom. Utilizing original songs, phenomenal local actors and an amazing live band, ‘Preyin’ on Faith’ addressed many issues that occur within “the church” including pregnancy out of wedlock, ...

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Duron Chavis: Urban Renewer Exclusive Interview

Duron-Chavis

Duron Chavis started his career in community advocacy as first a volunteer then an employee of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of VA. He worked as a museum coordinator developing programs and conducting guided tours for groups of all ages and backgrounds. In 2003 he founded the highly acclaimed Happily Natural Day festival as a grassroots effort to ...

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We Will Teach Our Beautiful Brown Children…

We Will Teach Our Beautiful Brown Children

We will teach our beautiful brown children their ABC’s…their 1,2,3’s…how to tie their shoes…that art can be an outlet…to love themselves…that a DJ can save their life from a broken heart…to grow their own produce…that The Creator is everywhere and everything… We will also teach our beautiful brown children that they can do anything they put their mind to and ...

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Clouds in my Customer Service

Clouds in my Customer Service

Recently, my husband and I went to a Wells Fargo in Georgia to open joint accounts. It was a beautiful, bright, hot as fish grease, sun shiny day outside, but in the bank…man! It was so cloudy that I can’t even think of a clever euphemism or comparison to illustrate to you just how cloudy it was. This is just ...

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Art Simplicated – Exclusive Interview

L. NuNuu Sekou: What was your first “artistic” love? Alicia Cobb: Rainbows. I’ve always been attracted to colors, vivid, bright colors. As a child, rainbows were all I would draw. I remember seeing them in puddles after it rained, In reflections from a piece of glass, & in my imagination. I always thought; “how cool is it that rainbows follow ...

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Fellas, Don’t be Scurred

Quicky Alert! There’s this funny thing that happens when you ask a man to do something like, go into your purse. Their eyes get all big, they get all nervous and some even act like you just asked them to go to the store and record an Instagram video while purchasing feminine products for you. I won’t even get into ...

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Don’t be a Bully

Who knew that as an adult I would have to deal with being bullied. Wait, let me back track a smidgen. I am currently taking a few HUGE, beautiful leaps in my life. One of which is marriage and the other is starting a life in a new strange land, Georgia. Now, as you know, these things cost a guap ...

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