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On 4/24 through 4/26 people around the globe will celebrate the 60th birthday of political prisoner MUMIA ABU-JAMAL while demanding his freedom. In NYC at Riverside Church on Thursday the 24th from 6:30 - 9:30 pm, many celebrated speakers and artists will make some very revolutionary statements in the face of this ongoing struggle for justice. The list of speakers has not yet been finalized but the live music will include the Liberation Jazz of THE RED MICROPHONE -8PM, and several noted radical Hip Hop artists SQUALA ORPHAN the LC POET at 8:15. INTIKANA at 8:45, and of course REBEL DIAZ at 9pm. And the show ends with a big jam session of all performers. Mumia himself is expected to call in to speak to us all at 7:30. Please join us to make a statement about this activist who has been wrongly imprisoned for decades.
Intikana will be featuring for the Big O' Poetry Slam at Hunt Union, Waterfront on the SUNY Oneonta campus.
Bronx Council on The Arts BRIO Winners Divine RBG and Intikana will be premiering 2 new music videos ("Culture Shock" and "Exodus RBG") on Friday, February 22, 2013 at 7pm in The Bronx Museum. The purpose of this special event is to build community, both locally and globally. Filmed on site in The Bronx, Guatemala, Cuba, Borikén (Puerto Rico), and Tanzania (Afrika), "Culture Shock" journeys through many communities around the world while taking a deeper look into the native indigenous cultures that exist in and between these sacred places. All of "EXODUS RBG" was shot in The Bronx and speaks to much of the violence that so regularly takes place in our community. After presenting both videos, there will be a panel discussion to address the issues raised in the videos. There will also be live performances by Divine RBG, Intikana, The Welfare Poets, Nene Ali and other special guests. This event is 100% FREE!!! DATE: Friday, February 22, 2013 TIME: 7PM LOCATION: Bronx Museum of The Arts ADDRESS: 1040 Grand Concourse at 165th St, Bronx, NY 10456 DIRECTIONS: Train: Take the D or B train to 167 STREET/GRAND CONCOURSE. Exit at rear of station, walk south along Grand Concourse two blocks. You can also take the 4 TRAIN to 161 STREET/YANKEE STADIUM. Walk east three blocks to the Grand Concourse, then, walk north four blocks along Grand Concourse to 165th St. Bus: Take the BX1 Bus or BX2 Bus to 165th Street and Grand Concourse. The bus will either stop right in front of The Bronx Museum or across the street, depending on which direction you're coming from. Car: From Manhattan: Take the FDR Drive to Willis Avenue Bridge, stay to your left merge onto the Major Deegan North. Exit at 138th St. and Grand Concourse. Proceed to 165th St. and Grand Concourse. Other Route: you can also take Riverside Drive to 155th St., make right onto 155th St. Go straight until you reach the Macombs Dam Bridge. Cross bridge, proceed to 165th St. Turn right onto 165th St. and proceed to Grand Concourse.
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Bio: Intikana is a Bronx born and raised Hip Hop artist, educator, and filmmaker. He has featured on VH1 and toured across the United States, Canada, Central/South America, Caribbean, and East Afrika while sharing the stage with artists such as KRS-One, Immortal Technique, Talib Kweli, Styles P, Lupe ...See Full Bio
Intikana has a show on 04/24/2014 at 06:30 PM @ Riverside Church in New York, NY http://www.reverbnation.com/c./poni/275518390 #concert
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