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A Window on the Wall
An analysis of an Internet study of African American perspectives
Amir Abdur-Rashid
Jacksonville, Florida


Moments of Grace
by Aminata C. Baruti
Lexington, Kentucky


The Revolving Door of Superintendents
in Urban Districts
by Tiffany Anderson
Christiansburg, Virginia


Race Based Achievement Gaps:
What Can Parents Do for Their Minority Children?
by Gladys S. Blount
El Paso, Texas
Published in In Motion Magazine January 27, 2010


Let It Be What It Wants To Be
A poem by Yamila Coby
Atlanta, Georgia


We Weep for the Generations Lost
An Inspirational Vitamin
by Shani K. Collins
Atlanta, Georgia


An interview with Congresswoman Corinne Brown
Ward Connerly is bringing his anti-affirmative action campaign to Florida
Jacksonville, Florida


Interview with Danielle Burke: Videographer
-- And listen to their grandma’s stories --
Evarts, Harlan County, Kentucky


Sustainable Communities
A pastoral message on Appalachia
Catholic Committee of Appalachia


Three poems
by Hasan Davis
Lexington, Kentucky:


Media as a Weapon:
New Orleans’ 2-Cent
Jordan Flaherty
New Orleans, Louisiana



"Don't Throw Me in the Briar Patch"
An Interview with Adella Gautier
New Orleans, Louisiana


The Drongo Bird
as told by Adella Adella the Storytella
New Orleans, Louisiana


Once upon a time ...
A "politoon" by Tom Ferguson
Atlanta, Georgia


Wings Soaked in Molasses
by Darnell Fine
Atlanta, Georgia


"The Civil Rights Movement Is Not Over Yet"
Defending Affirmative Action in North Carolina
Interview with Alison Fischer, ACCESS
Chapel Hill, North Carolina


Six Poems
And An Essay About Them

by Stan Galloway
Bridgewater, Virginia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 20, 2012

Haiti, after Pat Robertson
by Karen Garrbrant
Atlanta, Georgia


"I Also Have A Dream"
Gary Griffith, Jr.
Selma, Alabama


The Haley Story Quilt Project
"Our goal is to encourage students to observe their environment"
Cherice Harrison-Nelson
New Orleans, Louisiana


Guardians of the Flame
Cherice Harrison-Nelson
New Orleans, Louisiana


Sharecropper's Pantoum
by M. Ayodele Heath
Atlanta, Georgia


An Interview with M. Ayodele Heath
by Collin Kelley
Atlanta, Georgia


“An Unfailing Legacy”
Why I Edited The Book
by Ja A. Jahannes, PhD
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 8, 2012


Martyrs of the Revolution of the People
Colombia, South America
A poem by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine February 4, 2011


With This Faith:
Requiem For Martin Luther King, Jr.

by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine January 14, 2011


Dreamtime Keeper
Interview with Native American Poet Ron Welburn
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia


Manuel Zapata Olivella –
South America's Voice of African Consciousness
Interview by Ja A. Jahannes
Photo by Magdalena Agüero
Bogotá, Colombia


Afghanistan and Pakistan – Another View
by Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia


My children have never known peace
Ja A. Jahannes
Savannah, Georgia


The Militarization of the U.S.-Mexico Border
Interview with Maria Jiménez
Part 1 - Border Communities Respond to Militarization
Accountability and Direct Involvement
Part 2 - From Slave Patrol to Border Patrol
Life and Culture in U.S.-Mexico Border Communities
Houston, Texas


An interview with performance artist Stephanie Juno
Part 1 - Little Glimmers of Beauty
Part 2 - Uncharted waters
Whitesburg, Kentucky


An Interview with M. Ayodele Heath
by Collin Kelley
Atlanta, Georgia


Siege
by Collin Kelley
Atlanta, Georgia


The Health Wagon in the Appalachian Mountains
Appalachians take care of their own
An interview with Sister Bernie Kenny
Dickinson County, Virginia


Community-directed Television
An interview with Anne Lewis
40 videos about the Appalachian people
Whitesburg, Kentucky


Interview with Alice Lovelace:
Accept The Responsibility
Part 1:
Part of the Process / Organized Chaos
Part 2:
Education, Poetry, And The Nuance That Is Left Out
Atlanta, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine July 22, 2012

Harriet Rising
Public Art in Atlanta
by Alice Lovelace and Lisa Tuttle

(Part 1- The Project)
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia



Women Watch Afrika Inc.
A Poem by Alice Lovelace

Harriet Rising: Public Art in Atlanta
(Part 2 - A Poem)


Armed With Art
by Alice Lovelace
Decatur, Georgia
Published in In Motion Magazine October 11, 2010


Poems of Solidarity for Haiti
Winning Poems Chosen
by Alice Lovelace, Armed with Art
and In Motion Magazine



Seizing the Reins
Part of Volume 2:
Does The Lightbulb Want To Be Changed?
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia



praise the lowly ones
(poetry)
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia



Alice Lovelace Interviews the ReadNex Poetry Squad
with poetry by Decora
I Write / Images of Santa Ana

Atlanta, Georgia


Katrina and the United States Social Forum (USSF)
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


What the U.S. Social Forum Means to Me
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


From Chaos To Clarity: The Price To Be Paid
Closing Keynote at the 21st Annual Meeting (Dec. 2005)
National Performance Network
by Alice Lovelace
Miami, Florida


Art Changes
Keynote speech at the conference
The Art of Juvenile Justice:
Innovative Practices for Transforming Youth
by Alice Lovelace
Louisville, Kentucky


Getting ready for school -- teaching artist's checklist
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


This One's For You
Poetry
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


Building Artistic Communities
Speech delivered to the National Guild of
Community Schools of the Arts Conference
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


Story in Art and Mediation
Chapter 1 Introduction "Art, Race and Dialogue"
Chapter 2 Literature Review: Story in an arts context, in American culture, in mediation
by
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


The Arts in Alternative Education
P
art 1 - Introduction / What is Identity?
Part 2 - Who Ends Up In Alternative Education?
Part 3 - The Multiple Paths To Knowing
Alice Lovelace
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma


Bud to Bloom #4 - Poetry
For Jikki: On the occasion of celebrating a union of 22 years.
Strong in the ways of love.
Alice Lovelace,
Atlanta, Georgia


Black as I Want to Be - Notes from My Journal
Poem: Mobee Family Slave Relics House
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta & Badagry, Nigeria


Community-based Art
An interview with Alice Lovelace by StudioTulsa
by Alice Lovelace
Tulsa, Oklahoma


Three Poems / July 7 at 7 Stages
Imani Dances Before She Walks / Exile / Winter
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


America's True Reggae Rebel
Jikki & the Stonefish Posse
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


In Praise of Toni Cade Bambara
An article and poem in memory of the noted writer, editor and teacher
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


A Brief History of Theater Forms
(from Aristotle to Brecht, Baraka, O'Neal and Boal)
Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


Tomahawk Poem, Remembering My Birth, & Bud to Bloom #3
by Alice Lovelace
Atlanta, Georgia


Alice Lovelace poetry reviewed
A review by Gary Alan Fine
Athens, Georgia


5 Poems
Shattered / Patriotic Poem / Civil War / Jeopardy / Breath Wish
by Tamara Madison
Atlanta, Georgia


An interview with performance artist and teacher
Robbie McCauley

Part 1 - People's Sense of Place
Part 2 - Resonating these stories
Pennington Gap, Virginia


Witches, Bitches, and Niggers:
What Happens When Society Does Not Realize
the Innate Socio-Political Nature of Art?

C. Liegh McInnis
Jackson, Mississippi
Published in In Motion Magazine October 20, 2012


Lessons from the Flag Debate and Vote
by C. Liegh McInnis
Jackson, Mississippi


The Lyrics of Prince Rogers Nelson
A literary look at a creative, musical poet, philosopher, and storyteller
Extracts from the book
by C. Liegh McInnis, Jr.
Jackson, Mississippi


The New African American Writers of Mississippi

C. Liegh McInnis
Jackson, Mississippi


The Importance of Teaching Cultural Diversity
in College World Literature Courses
Literature is about people’s lives, which brings cultures closer
C. Liegh McInnis
Jackson, Mississippi


"One Florida" assumes that inequities don’t exist any more

Gov Jeb Bush's "One Florida" and
Ward Connerly's anti-affirmative action initiative
Interview with Cornelius Minor
Florida A&M student-body president
Tallahassee
, Florida


Florida students organize to defend affirmative action
from Connerly, Gov. Jeb Bush

Interview with Jocelyn Moore
Gainesville, Florida


Speaking Out At The United States Social Forum
20 Glimpses
Photography by Nic Paget-Clarke
Atlanta, Georgia


A Grain Freighter: 4 photos
Escaping the Heat Wave: 2 photos

by Nic Paget-Clarke
Galveston, Texas


Shapes, Textures, and Work
Four Photos by Nic Paget-Clarke
Houston, Texas


Interview with Ralph Paige
Executive Director of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives
African American farmers organize against
Republican "Freedom to Farm" bill
Proposed budget cuts would devastate
African American farms in the Southeast


Stigmata - A Novel
Chapter 3: June 1994 - Tuskegee
Phyllis Alesia Perry
Atlanta, Georgia


The Origin of Birth,
The Redemption of Its Children

by PhoenixYZ
Atlanta, Georgia


Poems of Solidarity for Haiti
PDF of Collection of Poems
Available for download


A Shiny New Package:
What Are Bilingual Educators Fighting For Anyway?
Stephen J. Pollard,
Irving, Texas


"Learning another language will actually bring cultures together"
An Opinion on Bilingual Education
Stephen Pollard
Irving, Texas


The Virgin Sister’s Song
by Mark Prudowsky
Asheville, North Carolina


Opening up the Canon
by Mark Prudowsky
Asheville, North Carolina


Million Plus Remain Homeless and Displaced in Haiti:
One Year After Quake
by Bill Quigley and Jeena Shah
New Orleans, Louisiana and Port au Prince, Haiti


Rethinking U.S. Agricultural Policy
(Executive Summary)
by Daryll Ray, Daniel De La Torre Ugarte, Kelly Tiller
Agricultural Policy Analysis Center,
The University of Tennessee


In Celebration of Charles Jikki Riley
January 10, 1946 - March 24, 2003
Atlanta, Georgia


Tomorrow's Toussaints
by Kalamu ya Salaam
Atlanta, Georgia


Response to Michele Bachmann
by Ruby Sales
Atlanta, Georgia


Alternatives to Tracking
by Rose Sanders
Selma, Alabama


A History to Remember
In spite of the Codes, some slaves like Frederick Douglass
secretly learned to read and write better than their slave masters
Rose Sanders,
Selma, Alabama


An African American Manifesto on Education
Framed in the context of two opposing Supreme Court decisions:
A call for a Civil Rights Movement in education
Rose Sanders
Selma, Alabama


There is no precedent for justice and equality in capital punishment
Rose Sanders
Selma, Alabama


Still Separate and Unequal:
Public Education More Than Forty Years After "Brown"
Rose M. Sanders and Wythe Holt,
Selma, Alabama


The community is engaged in trying to redefine,
reformulate, rediscover an identity ..
.
An Open Letter to a Young Friend
Gail Sheppard
West Palm Beach, Florida

Ayiti
by April 'AP' Smith
Decatur Georgia


Interview with Appalachian video documentary-maker Herb E. Smith
Appalachians Speak for Themselves
Whitesburg, Kentucky


The Media Silence About Louisiana Dodging Anti-Immigrant Laws
And the Death of José Nelson Reyes-Zelaya
José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine September 7, 2011


C above C above High C:
A Complicated Smile for Louis/in memory

by José Torres-Tama
New Orleans, Louisiana
Published in In Motion Magazine December 19, 2010


Hurricane Katrina and the chaos
of New Orleans in her aftermath
by Jose Torres Tama
Baton Rouge, Louisiana



In depth interview with performance and visual artist Jose Torres Tama
". . . a satirical and ominous vision of a techno-pop U.S. TV culture."
New Orleans, Louisiana


In Florida: Affirmative Action and the Presidential Elections
Interview with Toni Van Pelt, Florida N.O.W.
St. Petersburg, Florida

Icon art for all regions
by Leon Sun.


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