Wednesday, November 16, 2011

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Weds11/16/2011 @ 9pm c/ 10pm e/7pm p*"Ladies' Night: Women Of The Nu Renaissance"


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Air Date: Weds. November 16, 2011

Time: 9 PM C/10 PM E/7 PM P

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topic: Ladies' Night: Women Of The Nu Renaissance

Our Featured & Honorable Guests...
1.) Patricia Neely-Dorsey
Poet & Author
Sis. Patricia & Tha Artivist
 Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia: A Life in Poems
My book Reflections of a Mississippi Magnolia is a true celebration of the  south and things southern. Using childhood memories, personal thoughts and dreams, I attempt to give a positive glimpse into the southern way of life. There are so many negative connotations   associated with Mississippi and the south in general. I want to show a flip side of the coin.There is much to love about this much maligned and misunderstood part of our country. I would really love for you to get to KNOW Mississippi (and the south) in a different light and I want to introduce you. I invite you to Meet Mississippi Through Poetry, Prose and the written word.

Thank you for stopping by my site and showing an interest in my "little book of southern poems"

2.)  Sis. Margaret Block, 2010 W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Artivist Of The Year, Poet & Freedom Fighter Extraordinaire (Left) & Sis. Chandra Williams, Artist/Philosopher & Founder Of The Brilliant Easel School of Art (Right)


3.) Sis. Dail Chambers, Artist, Social Entrepreneur & Founder of GYA & The Yeyo Arts Collective
 Tha Artivist & Sis. Dail Chambers

Yeyo Arts Collective is dedicated to women's art and topics surrounding women’s issues; including family, youth, and community.

Our guiding principals are:

-We believe in empowerment through arts based learning.
-We practice intergenerational collaboration.
-We encourage creativity and inventive efforts in daily life practice.
-We support independent, arts based entrepreneurial efforts.
-As women we stand together, and against gender stereotyping in the arts and society at large.

Together we operate Gya Community Gallery and Fine Craft Shop!


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