The Brown Girls are back! Although they are enjoying our summer break, T & KC could not let the season pass without honoring the loss of two remarkable brown girls, Maya Angelou and Ruby Dee. Listen in as they discuss how these women impacted and influenced their lives. Enjoy!
In this episode of Culture Connection, Malcolm finally breaks down and gives Tyler Perry a piece of his mind. This podcast was inspired by the article, “The Madea Minstrel Show“, published in The Daily Beast on December 13th. Listen up and enjoy!
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A RAISIN IN THE SUN
by Lorraine Hansberry
Directed by Phylicia Rashad
Nate Holden Performing Arts Center
Set in 1950’s Chicago, this groundbreaking play portrays an African-American family’s pursuit of their shared dream for a better life amid conflicting aspirations, betrayal, and racism. This timeless classic continues to shine an unflinching spotlight on America’s struggle to overcome its past while paying tribute to those courageous enough to shape a future filled with an abiding faith in the fundamental decency and unlimited capacity of the human spirit.
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March 23 – April 17, 2011