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    Fear, Male Feminists and street harassment with Cecile Emeke

    Interview By Lissa Alicia 

    Cecile Emeke is a filmmaker, poet, and visual artist based out of London. Emeke uses these mediums to explore black and feminine identity. In this interview Emeke and I talk about fear, male feminist, and the significance of astrology.  Her recent project, "Strolling", is a short documentary film series where she goes on a stroll with various people to talk about the issues affecting them.

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    Modern Day Black Gay with Donja R. Love

    

    Interview By Lissa Alicia

    Temple University graduate Donja R. Love gained notoriety in Philly for his work as a playwright and director of pieces such as The Nigga Files and How To Kill a Child and a Demon. Recently, Donja decided to take his skills from the stage to the computer screen with his new web Series Modern Day Black Gay. In the show he explores what it means to be a queer African-American male in 2014. Donja took the time out to chat with me about MDBG, changing stereotypes that are found in the queer community, and his favorite t-shirt in the Cognitive Dissidence line. 

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    Sosena Solomon Speaks on Documenting Subcultures, Story Telling and Cultural Preservation

    Interview By Lissa Alicia


    When I stepped into the loft apartment, that is located on the edge of Center City, I immediately felt a wave of peacefulness run through my body. Maybe it was because of  the natural light that washed over the many plants and tiny trees that decorate Sosena’s apartment. Maybe it was a combination between the aforementioned and all the textures and colors that created so much “drama” in the room. “Drama”, not just a word, but a way of life that I soon realized was fundamental in Sosena’s very existence.

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    Fashion, Breakdancing and Hip Hop with Keturah Caesar

    Interview By Lissa Alicia


    Keturah Caesar is a filmmaker, photographer, activist, and ex b-girl. Caesar effortlessly combines her work with an overarching Hip Hop aesthetic. In this interview Ceasar talks about fashion, breakdancing and her love for Hip Hop culture.

     

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    Afternoon Reflections with Misty Sol [Audio]

    Interview by Maryam Pugh

    Misty Sol is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice blurs the lines between art, scholarship, education and mysticism. Her poems, songs, stories, plays, workshops, pictures and sacred objects combine to create an afrofuturist gumbo that smells a lot like dreaming out loud.  In this interview we explore her process and growth as an artist.

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