Mama Africa, 07/03/2013

Title

Mama Africa, 07/03/2013

Authors

Keita Whitten

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Interview: Amber Roberge, owner of On The Move Fitness & Wellness in South Portland, Maine, highlights their upcoming Afro-Caribbean dance event. Followed by a recording of an excerpt of a dramatic reading of the speech “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” written by Frederick Douglass and performed by Charles Everett Pace. Afterward, a discussion with Patricia Brinkman about the speech and what it means to them. Focusing on Juneteenth as an alternative celebration for independence in America. They then continued their dialog from several shows ago on post-racial America.

Call-in(s): None in this episode.

Publication Date

7-3-2013

City

Portland, ME

Keywords

WMPG, community radio, college radio, Afro-Caribbean dance, Frederick Douglass, What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July, Charles Everett Pace (actor), Patricia Brinkman, Juneteenth, Trayvon Martin

Disciplines

African American Studies | Radio

Mama Africa, 07/03/2013


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