Sep 1, 2020
In the second episode of our 2-part conversation, Tori Reid and Patrick A. Howell of storytelling company Victory & Noble continue to unpack what it means to be a prophet in the Global International African Arts Movement, as well as what it means to be an evangelist, a seer, and a manifestor; they open up about their most memorable conversations with cultural icons and how these conversations transformed them; Tori and Patrick reveal their humanity and tells us how they became who they became; they explore how as creatives we are always best when we have the courage to be comfortable with discomfort; they challenge the Hollywood industrial complex and are pushing forward to reclaim our voices and tell our own stories; and they answer the question “How early should we be discussing race and racism with our children, regardless of our backgrounds, race, and ethnicity?”
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Dispatches from the Vanguard: The Global International African Arts Movement Versus Donald J. Trump, by Patrick A. Howell.
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