Have you seen AfroSolo’s Youtube channel? We’ve had the opportunity to interview great people including painter, Nannette Harris, Artistic Director of the New Conservatory Theater Center, Ed Decker, and audience member reactions after Civil Rights Freedom Rider, Etta Ray Simpson’s, discussion at the Museum of the African Diaspora.
To watch our Youtube channel, click here.
We are excited for our first event in our AfroSolo Arts Festival coming up in August! On August 2nd, join us at the Yerba Buena Gardens, Mission Street between 3rd and 4th Streets in San Francisco for our Tribute to Paul Robeson. Robeson was an inspirational figure during the Civil Rights Movement. He was known to speak out against racism and stand up for social injustices. Robeson was internationally recognized for his voice and theatrical performances particularly in Othello and The Emperor Jones. Read more on his biography here.
Join the AfroSolo Theatre Company for AfroSolo Arts Festival’s 2oth anniversary season, August 2-September 28, 2014. Through art performances, career fairs, health seminars, and community engagement, AfroSolo is living its mission to nurture the African American community through the use of art. A big part of this year’s festival will center around uplifting, inspiring and uplifting young Black men and boys.
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