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Tuesday, February 9, 2016
Black Arts Movement Poets Choir and Arkestra seeks performance venue for benefit concert for the BAMBD
The Black Arts Movement Poets Choir and Arkestra is now available for concerts benefiting the Black Arts Movement Business District. Please consider inviting us for a benefit concert at your venue. Depending on their schedule, we will be accompanied by YGB, Young, Gifted and Black.
For booking, please call 510-200-4164
The BAM's multi-talented Kujichagulia
The Black Arts Movement Poets Choir and Arkestra, University of California, Merced, 2014
BAM Poets Choir and Arkestra, Malcolm X Jazz/Art Festival, Oakland CA, 2014
photo collage by Adam Turner, BAM graphics designer
BAM poet/organizer Marvin X, David Murray and Earle Davis, Malcolm X Jazz/Art Fest, Oakland
photo Adam Turner
BAM performer Dr. Ayodele Nzinga, poet, playwright, producer, director, actress
BAM Poets Choir and Arkestra members Tureada Mikel, Val Serrant and Tarika Lewis