Thursday, March 13, 2008

Mar. 16 @ 4PM C./5PM E.~ W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio Features 2 Hours Of Creative Star Power

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March 2008's Theme Is
"Our House..."

When: Sunday Mar. 16, 2008
Time: 4PM-6PM Central/ 5PM-7PM Eastern

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Our featured guests are...

1.) Rising Comic Superstar Abbi Crutchfield~ 4pm Central/5pm Eastern

About Abbi From Abbi:

"A comedy virtuoso, Abbi Crutchfield keeps her plate
full in New York city with writing, performing
stand-up, improvisational comedy, creating sketches,
starring and directing in short films and producing a
live comedy hour called The Living Room Show. For a
daily laugh, read her Curly Comedy blog!"

2.) Award Winning Literary Author Dwight Fryer~4:35 PM Central/ 5:35 PM Eastern

A message from Dwight:

Greetings Everyone and Welcome. My second novel, The Knees of Gullah Island, will be in stores in March 2008. This prequel to The Legend of Quito Road examines the life of Gillam Hale and his search for his wife Queen Esther and the five children they had together.

This is a timeless story of love, loss, hope, and rebirth. Together, let’s explore the complex racial dynamics that shaped the South through one family’s extraordinary journey to freedom. The theme of this book is “bent knees straighten crooked deeds.”

It has been a wonderful experience telling these stories to readers and audiences. I want to personally thank so many of you for your support and interest in my work.
I am looking forward to sharing more with each of you and continuing my mission to inform, entertain, inspire, and enlighten all I encounter.

God Bless! Take Care, and Be Safe. Dwight Fryer

3.) The Abioto Sisters, Creators Of The People Could Fly Project~5:30PM Central/6:30PM Eastern

Project Description

The People Could Fly Project is a documentary arts project focusing on the dreams of young people across the African Diaspora. It follows the adventures of five sisters, ages of 7 to 21 as they travel across the US, Africa, and South America talking to young people about their dreams and visions for themselves and the world. Their work will culminate in a docu-narrative film about the journey.

As the daughters of an airline employee they've been able to fly many places, but felt it was imperative to share their experiences with others and to talk and engage with young people around the world about the power of their own dreams, their own abilities to make them reality, and thus their own ability to fly.

They have traveled to New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Jena, LA, Connecticut, Detroit, Virginia, Nashville, TN; Washington, DC; and Mississippi talking, filming, photographing, and interviewing people of all ages about their dreams and are on the way to many other places.

They were inspired by a folktale told in the Americas about Africans enslaved who sprout wings and fly away. The story is found in children's book author Virginia Hamilton's "The People Could Fly".

The online segment of our journey with photos, video clips, and writing can be found at

We believe and pursue with veracity and belief... Anything and everything can happen. In Flight and Faith

and Aisha Abioto
The People Could Fly Project

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I've heard of Dwight Fryer on Black Author Network. *thumbs up to supporting authors*