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The underlying theme that runs through this section is that we should support our stories – the serious, the silly and the substantial… we own our history, our culture, the ebb & flow of our journey…. and it’s not one thing.. it’s as much a rainbow of themes as we are a rainbow of people.
Experts share their thoughts on the most essential pieces of civil rights literature, including such luminaries as James Baldwin, Denise Nicholas, and Langston Hughes. https://psmag.com/education/martin-luther-king-jr-day-civil-rights-reading-list "This just landed!!...read more
May 4 - May 13 @ Spencer Theatre, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110 We began writing this play just as the political landscape began shifting like an underground earthquake. We thought that we were writing an historical piece, mostly factual but with fictional...read more
IN THE HEAT OF THE NIGHT TURNS 30!!! Schedule a vacation day. Make arrangements for a babysitter. A historic celebration is set to take place in Sparta, and YOU ARE INVITED. For the first time in over 24 years, ALAN AUTRY (Capt. Bubba Skinner), ANNE-MARIE JOHNSON...read more
The theme for this year’s Career Mastered Awards in Detroit was “nevertheless she persisted.” Those words rolled off the lips of one Senator Mitch McConnell after he shut Senator Elizabeth Warren down - as she tried to read a letter from Mrs. Coretta S. King...read more
I'm honored and humbled to be receiving the 2018 National Living Legend Award Recipient at the upcoming Leadership In Action Awards & Career Mastered Magazine Launch Affair, "An Evening of Elegance", in Detroit on March 15th. This is a charity event for Excel...read more
We remember actress Denise Nicholas as the beautiful, refined and smart school counselor Liz McIntyre on the 60’s/70’s TV hit dramedy, “Room 222.” We also loved her in the 1978 sitcom “Baby, I’m Back” as Olivia Ellis, and as city council member Harriet DeLong on the 90’s NBC-TV police drama, “In the Heat of the Night.” Denise also graced the big screen in such films as “Blacula,” Let’s Do It Again,” and “Ghost Dad.” Even though Denise had a successful acting career and the work had been constant, she gave up acting to fulfill a dream deferred.read more