Posts Tagged ‘Yoruba religion’
Blessed Artivists, Poets, Students & Parents!
This week BluBlak Media in collaboration w Denver Open Media, KGNU & other community groups will come together for a Denver original -
CAFE NUBA!-rockin’ the mic since 1999!
Cafe Nuba the “Best Place to Raise Your Consciousness” (Westword) -We Invite you to experience the “original urban mic” for yourself. Join us for a nite of LIVE Audience performance art, music & sustainability -
ALL Ages welcome, Zero-waste event! details at
Location: 700 Kalamath St. Denver
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|Carvens is a Haitian -American poet and performer from New York City. He was on the 2009 Urban Word slam team. His poem, “Haiti” was written a year ago and has a startling prophetic tone in the wake of recent tragic events in Haiti. He is a passionate and ruthless force. Under heavenly grace …and favor, his mother who ws in Haiti at the time of the earthquake, is safe and back hone in the arms of her family.Carvens continues to be a recognizable face of the future and a profound example of noble men, Please share his poem. Please support Haiti in the relief efforts.|