– THE BLOG –
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.
A Free South
The Black Arts Movement and the politics of emancipation. - By Elias Rodriques Excerpt from The Nation - January 10, 2022 In the 1960s, the Free Southern Theater, an organization founded by a group of activists with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee...
Denise Nicholas oral history interview by Stephen Fagin, Curator of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
Denise Nicholas oral history interview by Stephen Fagin, Curator of The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas, TX. Recorded 11-12-2021
Harvey Brownstone Interviews Actress and Bestselling Author of “Freshwater Road”, Denise Nicholas
Harvey Brownstone Interviews Actress and Bestselling Author of “Freshwater Road”, Denise Nicholas – May 24, 2021
“This is My Story” with Denise Nicholas
Join GEMS for remarkable views and a special intimate meet & greet, book signing and writing workshop with actress, activist and author Denise Nicholas on Sunday, September 8th, 2019 at Lake Chalet. Our gathering is in observance of International Literacy Day,...
A Martin Luther King Jr. Day Civil Rights Reading List
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!!...
“Letters From Freedom Summer”: May 4 – May 13
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...