Brooklyn – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

Today’s Renaissance Woman, Barbara Lewis Talks with Today’s Renaissance Man, Playwright Laurence Holder (Part I)

Your work fascinates me, Laurence, because it is so strong in history. It brings what was into now, but that history is not always appreciated.

“Your reading is dead on, Barbara. The reason why I’m interested in African American history is because our tales are not told. I was just talking on the phone with a friend and we were amazed that Prince and Michael Jackson coexisted at the same time, doing all of the fantastic music and creating music at the same time. Our artistry and our stories are always being separated out.”

Free For All – LGBTQ Spotlight with Bushwick Film Festival

May 25, 2016 • 7pm – 9pm BRIC House Stoop 647 Fulton Street (Enter on Rockwell Place) Brooklyn   Free screenings and conversation at BRIC House. BRIC FLIX offers premieres, shorts, new media projects and web series that all reflect the diversity … Read More

Free For All – “B Scene”— A free, film and TV viewing series

May 14, 2016 • 2 – 3:30pm Weeksville Heritage Center 158 Buffalo Avenue Brooklyn Brooklyn Free Speech, a New York Emmy-nominated community television network, presents B Scene— a free, film and TV viewing series that aims to amplify the voices of Brooklyn Free … Read More

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