This edition: A Cultural Blueprint for New York CityTweet
Original tape date: May 23, 2001.
In this edition, Kinshasha Holman Conwill and Patricia Cruz talk of African American art. The art of many young African Americans is vibrant and thriving, especially in New York. However, they also discuss the lack of economic support and information that plagues the artists of the African American Community. Furthermore, the guests talk about the notion of a “New Harlem Renaissance.”
Dr. Roscoe C. Brown, Jr. Director, Urban Education Policy Center, CUNY Graduate Center.
Patricia Cruz Executive Director, Harlem Stage
Kinshasha Holman Conwill Curator, Studio Museum in Harlem
- Dr. Claudia Lynn Thomas, author, "God Spare Life"
- Tuesday, May 28 - 5:30am
- Doug White, Deputy Fire Commissioner, NYFD, "If You Can't Stand the Heat Jazzing It Up"
- Tuesday, June 4 - 5:30am
- Cephas Bowles, Gen. Manager, WBGO Jazz Radio Station, "Jazzing it Up"
- Tuesday, June 11 - 5:30am
- Henry Rey, "Dream Big, Fly High"
- Tuesday, June 18 - 5:30am
- William H. Burgess III, pres., The Burgess Group
- Tuesday, May 21 - 5:30am
- Randolph Cameron, author, "Finding A Way To The Top."
- Tuesday, May 14 - 5:30am
- Danny Simmons, Project Diversity in the Arts
- Tuesday, May 7 - 5:30am
- Joe Wilder, legendary jazz trumpeter
- Tuesday, April 30 - 5:30am