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REVIEW: “Fela!”: Music Is STILL The Weapon

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Exuberant, thrilling and celebratory. Yeah, Fela!

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REVIEW: Imani Uzuri @ Joe’s Pub–June 1, 2012


The future is so very bright for Imani Uzuri, as was clear at her album release party

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REVIEW: Andrew Dosunmu’s “Restless City”


Nothing short of a visual feast.

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History and Legacy with Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts and Simone Leigh


Natalie Peart on using history to interact with the present

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REVIEW: Dee Rees’ “Pariah”


A universal story of young woman gaining the confidence to declare her individuality.

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REVIEW: Meshell Ndegeocello – “Weather”


An album from a woman who has seen love in all its colors and lived to tell about it

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REVIEW: Doomtree — “No Kings”


The Minnesota hip hop collective delivers a strong year-end album

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REVIEW: Van Hunt — “What Were You Hoping For?”


The indie rock and soul genre smasher delivers his most sonically pleasing work to date.

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REVIEW: Saul Williams — “Volcanic Sunlight” (Columbia)


Saul Williams’ sprawling, experimental and joyfully tense follow up to “Niggy Tardust”

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REVIEW: Alrick Brown’s “Kinyarwanda”


A beautifully realized film brings out the humanity in both the heroes and the villains of the Rwandan genocide.

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