"Pan African Film and Arts Festival"
David Dinkins: A Gorgeous Mosaic"
Monday April 25, 2022
The invasion of Ukraine by Russian forces still continues. We, IAPG would like to offer the "Prayer for Love and Peace" for the invasion of Ukraine with you for "5 minutes" at noon Japan time every day.
We would also like to offer the 10-minute "Prayer for Love and Peace" with you at "18:00 Japan time", which is at "noon Moscow time" every day.
Also, it is okay for you to pray at other times in your time zone.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation
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PRESS RELEASE: February 17, 2020
THE FANNIE LOU HAMER STORY, The Voice of The Empowered (VOTE)
Award- Winning One-Woman Play Announces
FACEBOOK LIVE and INSTAGRAM PERFORMANCE
June 19, 2020 8PM
New Heritage Theatre Group, Harlems’ own and New York’s oldest black not for profit black theatre, celebrating its 56th anniversary. invites you to the premiere live performance of THE FANNIE LOU HAMER Story, the critically acclaimed, award winning, one-woman play, written by and starring Mzuri Moyo Aimbaye, directed by Byron C. Saunders. The Fannie Lou Hamer Story is the story of Fannie Lou Hamer’s fight for freedom and voting empowerment, the story of one of American History’s most powerful civil rights activists.
New Heritage Theatre Group Executive Producer Voza Rivers is pleased to join forces with Healing Through the Sound of Music, a non-profit 501 c-3 theater production company located in Altamonte, Fl. who developed the presentation and has presented it over the last 6 years at over 50 select performing arts venues across the U.S. in support of voting rights.
The award winning solo performance of the Fannie Lou Hamer story will debut as a live online event in Celebration of Juneteenth, on Facebook Live and Instagram Live on June 19, 2020 at 8pm. from the historic Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford, Florida. home of the Trayvon Martin tragedy, one of the many symbols of social injustice.
This powerful and uplifting play follows Fannie Lou Hamer’s rise from Jim Crow’s Mississippi all the way to the halls of Congress leading the Voting Rights Movement in 1964 and is very timely today.
“The realities of Covid -19 and the on going challenges and continuing struggles for social justice has brought communities together to deal with the a situation that harkens back to and reminds us of the civil rights struggles of the 1960s,” - Voza Rivers, Executive Producer, New Heritage Theatre Group
“This unprecedented time of our lives brings with it a sense of urgency that we honor all of those on the front lines who have dedicated their lives to preserving our basic rights of freedom, safety, quality and democracy where all people can thrive.” says Djehuty Se Hotep, Producer Healing Through the Sound of Music.
For more information about The FLHS visit at www.thefannielouhamerstory.com