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Wednesday, February 3, 2021


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Def Jam Presents: Through The Lens – Janette Beckman (Episode 1)
'Episode One of Through The Lens , focusing on British-born photographer Janette Beckman , who lives and works in New York and began her career at the dawn of punk rock, working for such music magazines as The Face and Melody Maker . Beckman was one of the first photographers to shoot LL Cool J , T La Rock and Slick Rick .'-- Def Jam
Saint Coltrane: The Church Built On 'A Love Supreme'
'In this 20-minute documentary short, Jazz Night in America pays a visit to the Coltrane Church, thoughtfully tracing its winding history — including a tumultuous period when Alice Coltrane, John's widow, bestowed and then revoked her support. We'll delve into the spiritual mysteries of 'A Love Supreme,' from "Acknowledgment" to "Psalm," and consider what it means to be of service — to a calling,
NCMOH Jazz Series: Nnenna Freelon: Concert with Conversation
'What links exist between Billie Holiday and Frank Sinatra ? Who are some songwriters of the Great American Songbook? Who can we look to today? Join Grammy-nominated vocalist and North Carolina–based artist Nina Freelon and her accompanist for an intimate, informal program that explores some popular music of the 1940s—and some from the current day. The music, and the stories, will take us on a su
The Quarantine Tapes 153: Joy Harjo
“We’re all called in our human being-ness to embody what a warrior embodies, and that’s someone who’s awake and is listening and is moving through the world listening.” 'Host Paul Holdengräber is joined by poet Joy Harjo on episode 153 of The Quarantine Tapes . Joy and Paul discuss the relationship between different art forms as Joy talks about her poetry, music, and painting practices.'
Black History Month 2021: “There’s a Lot Left to Be Done” by Ben Jealous
| @BenJealous | special to NewBlackMan (in Exile) February is Black History Month – and Black people just made a whole lot of history. Joe Biden is our president and Donald Trump is not because Black organizers and voters decided that they would not be denied their right as American citizens to be heard at the ballot box. Kamala Harris is our history-making vice president, a Black and Southeast

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