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Performances by: Pro Letarians Congo Sanchez The Cornel West Theory Flex Mathews
VIVA LA REVOLUCION A special concert commemorating the struggle for independence across Latin America. Throughout the past century the people of South America have fought against the systematic exploitation of their natural resources by foreign powers. As a result the pains of poverty, hunger and disease hit every country and affected the lives of millions of indigenous people. However, from the depths of oppression rose great leaders who resisted and gave their lives for the liberation and independence of their people and land. This struggle continues today and must be respected and celebrated. Join us for an evening of edutainment (education + entertainment) in commemorating an independent and strong Latin America. Special Performances By: THE CORNEL WEST THEORY, LEFTIST, ESSELJAY, RADIO RAHIM Guest Speaker: TBA Advance tickets are ONLY $5 and must be purchased thru eventbrite (see the link below). Tickets at the door will be $10. Please note this is a 21+ concert. All attendees will be ID'd at the door.
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Manager: Seven Fields Productions, LLC
Bio: the Cornel West theory is a Washington, D.C.-based ensemble, proudly born from the hip-hop aesthetic, but not bound by limitations of any genre. It’s an eclectic amalgam of spoken word, lyricism, instruments, electronics and vocals, which draw from genres ranging from home-grown go-go to jazz to ...See Full Bio
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“To put it simply, they are an amalgam of Rage Against the Machine, Saul Williams and the Black history that wasn’t taught in the public school systems. Presented was a full range of emotion: angry and militant to soft and nurturing, which is somewhat analogous to the Black struggle itself.”
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