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LisaMarie Rollins Sep 19
Bay Area! Did you get your tickets to see me & these 9 other powerhouses on Sept 25th? Come through & see us LIVE. , ,
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KQED Sep 1
: For Oakland-raised Anyka Barber, every aspect of Betti Ono gallery is an opportunity to promote equity, fight anti-blackness and provide space for audiences to see themselves reflected positively through art.
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KQED Arts 20 Sep 17
"As people of color, especially as Black people, we speak things up." — on creation through agitation.
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KQED Arts 5 Sep 17
"My friend once said that the church is like the 'hood Juilliard.' Everything starts here." — , singer & songwriter
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KQED Sep 3
: Through her work at Deep Waters Dance Theater, Amara Tabor-Smith addresses the displacement, well-being, and healing from traumas faced by black women and girls in Oakland.
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Nia Levy King Aug 21
Extremely honored to be featured in the series!
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KQED Arts 31 Aug 17
Women to Watch: Sarah Biscarra Dilley of the Black Salt Collective shares her wisdom on the power of care and community.
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KQED Aug 26
Anyka Barber, founder of Betti Ono gallery, uses her space to promote equity, fight anti-blackness and reflect her community positively through art:
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Pamela Ocampo 27 Jul 17
p.s. ty for the laughs last night. Almost peed myself a few times but really needed it! 🤣
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KQED Arts Oct 22
Let serenade you through your Sunday with her rendition of ‘Dos Arbolitos.’
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KQED Arts 20h
GIVEAWAY ALERT 🔔 Win a pair of tickets to Live at the ! Enter here:
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KQED Aug 13
: Jessica Bejarano was once told point-blank that she'd never become a successful conductor in the U.S. due to her looks and background. But now, she uses her platform to tear down barriers in the world of classical music.
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KQED Arts Aug 14
: With flawless comedic timing and empathetic humor, Oakland-based cartoonist leaves readers smiling and eager for more:
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KQED Arts 19 Sep 17
Women to Watch: Writer, educator and activist Janice Sapigao () speaks out on knowing the value of your own work.
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KQED News Aug 26
: As a writer, editor and podcaster, Nia Levy King () has built a growing, living archive of queer histories. (Via )
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KQED News Aug 25
: Amara Tabor Smith leads Deep Waters Dance Theater, an Oakland-based performance art ensemble centering ritual in its examination of issues facing people of color and the environment. (via )
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Nastia Voynovskaya Aug 24
To conclude ' series celebrating artists making an impact, I interviewed , the QTPOC artist-activist collective using imagination, humor and resourcefulness to provide vital resources to their community
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KQED Aug 23
: A master of what she calls “afro-futurist conjecture art,” Amara Tabor-Smith discusses her spiritual approach to dance-making and choreography.
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LinitaLaAdelita Aug 21
Honored to sit down with for her feature. Among the wisdom she dropped on me was this 👉🏽 ”Artists need the same thing everyone else needs. We need low rent, access to health care and day jobs that pay us a living wage.”
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Gabe Meline Aug 17
I talked with about changes in Oakland, the misnomer of "conscious rap," and standing on the shoulders of elders.
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