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Sins Invalid of The Bay Area Turns 5: Anual Show Oct 8-10 2010

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
August 11, 2010
Media Alert and invitation to cover:
SINS INVALID: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty in the Face of Invisibility
Disability, art, sex and politics
share the spotlight at Theater Artaud
October 8, 9, & 10, 2010
SINS INVALID: An Unshamed Claim to Beauty in the Face of Invisibility,

KRIP HOP: THE HOTTEST KRIPS IN HIP HOP HITS ATL Oct 13th 2010

Featuring Krip-Hop Nation Founder Leroy Moore ATLANTA -- Georgia State University’s Center for Leadership in Disability, the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine and IMPACT will host “Krip-Hop: The Hottest Krips in Hip-Hop” on Wednesday, October 13 from 4:30pm – 10:00 PM at the Speakers Auditorium in the Student Center Building of Georgia State University, 44 Courtland St. Atlanta, GA 30303.

Sins Invalid of The Bay Area Turns 5: Annual postpone until early 2011 April

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sins Invalid's Annual show Postpone until April 2011

Dear Friend/Colleague/Allied Supporter of Sins Invalid,

Recently, key leadership for the Sins Invalid annual performance began experiencing a combination of significant health problems. As a small organization, this significantly impacts Sins Invalid’s capacity to produce its much-anticipated Fall 2010 performance.

As a result, we are forced to make the difficult decision to postpone our Fall 2010 performance until early 2011.

Long Live NONOS

 

 

Krip-Hop Nation: Tell us how did Nonos perform with his disability?

Elder Jazz Great Tells It Like It Is: Jimmy Scott

Elder Jazz Great Tells It Like It Is:  Jimmy Scott

Krip-Hop Nation:
I’m so honored to have a chance to interview you and saw you at Yoshi’s in San Francisco in February 2010.  There is so much to talk about but I want to talk about your experience with a disability in the music industry back in the day and now, your friendship with Ray Charles, Doc Pomus and your life.  Is that ok with you?

Jimmy Scott:   
It's my pleasure, Baby, and thank you for your attention.

Pulling From Our Roots - Black Disabled Painters Then & Now

An art Show on Disabled Artists of color

An art Show on Disabled Artists of color

 
 

by Leroy Moore/ DAMO - PNN

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