Tag: African American Interests

Song Pays Tribute to Black Patients Who Died From Coronavirus After Being Denied a Test

Indie record label, Music U Can Feel, has released a new song called the "Coronavirus Song (The Rona Song)" by The Undiscovered Artist that pays tribute to six African Americans who were each denied a test for COVID-19 and later died from the virus.

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Author Jeremiah Oruokoton Moshopeh Pratt’s new book “From the Valley to the Mountain” is a detailed and illuminating autobiography of a man of faith in Sierra Leone

Recent release “From the Valley to the Mountain: The Autobiography of Jeremiah Oruokoton Moshopeh Pratt, FVCM, B.A., MTh.” from Page Publishing author Jeremiah Oruokoton Moshopeh Pratt is a revealing memoir of his early years, influences, career, and an informative snapshot of life in Sierra Leone in the second half of the twentieth century.

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The Meeting Live Read, hosted by Affion Crockett and Kelly Jenrette (Produced by Bechir Sylvain)

In today's fight for justice, what would Malcolm X and MLK Jr. say? On the anniversary of Juneteenth, we cordially invite you to our one night only virtual production of “The Meeting”, a play by Jeff Stetson, to continue the critical conversation on race, equality and freedom. Tickets are free at http://themeetingliveproduction.com.

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