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The UNIMAGINABLE FUNKIN’ MIND of Musa Tariq

The UNIMAGINABLE FUNKIN’ MIND of Musa Tariq

I’m always impressed when intellect and wealth meet humanity.  The initiatives and efforts of Bill and Melinda Gates in the realms of education, health, hunger and global economics are astounding.  Oprah Winfrey’s school in Africa for girls; how she’s put young men through college here in the United States; and her “Legends Ball” where she honored Coretta Scott King, Rosa Parks, Maya Angelou and Ruby Dee, among others, before they left this earth will forever amaze me.

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STEVE McQUEEN IN AMSTERDAM: SLAVERY IN AMERICA

STEVE McQUEEN IN AMSTERDAM: SLAVERY IN AMERICA

Steve McQueen’s most recent work of art was a blue vision in Amsterdam’s largest public park, the Vondelpark.  For two weeks, from March 7–25, all 275 streetlamps that usually use a warm white light were replaced with a subdued blue toned light.  McQueen’s objective with “Blues Before Sunrise” was to stimulate the senses via an aspect of cinema.

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