He has two forthcoming books: Sweet Tea/Dirty Rice, New and Selected Poems, 2016, and Notes of an Artistic Freedom Fighter: Essays, Letters, 2016, Black Bird Press, Berkeley CA. Marvin speaks frequently on San Francisco's radio station KPOO, an independent Black radio station founded by Joe Rudolph, et al.
foreword by Dr. Nathan Hare
Marvin X appeared in Stanley Nelson's film
Panel Discussion: Women and the Black Arts Movement, Laney College BAM 50th Celebration, 2014. Left to Right: Elaine Brown, Dr. Halifu Osumare, Judy Juanita, Portia Anderson, Kujichagulia, Aries Jordan. Marvin X, producer.
Oakland City Hall Black History Celebration
photo Adam Turner
May 15, 2016 New York City reading of contributors to anthology, Black Hollywood unchained, edited by Ishmael Reed, Third World Press, Chicago.
June 18, San Francisco Juneteenth, in the Fillmore. Marvin X and Fillmore Slim will perform together.
June (West Oakland Juneteenth) TBA
July 3, San Francisco Public Library, reading of Black Hollywood unChained contributors
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