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Ruby Dee: Legends Live Forever … “The Somebodiness of Me”

Posted June 16, 2014 by ndigo

  Her work, her spirit and her authentic love for the arts and humanity, sparked an interest in Ruby Dee that became infectious. The flash of her smile and the depths of the characters she transformed into acknowledged a woman set forth with purpose and a mission. Her spoken word poetry elicits a sense of […]

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2014 Too Hot to Handel Poetry Contest Winners

Posted January 28, 2014 by ndigo

N’DIGO is proud to announce the winners from local school children as they write about what the King legacy means. – Hermene Hartman, Publisher Winning Poem Lights to Equality By: Jeanie Huynh – 5th grade Philip Rogers Elementary School It’s time to walk hand in hand, It’s time for a world of equality, It matters […]

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12.4.69 – Remember Fred Hampton

Posted December 4, 2013 by ndigo

*Art Work: Fred Hampton by Christopher May*   Today marks the 44th anniversary of the death of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. On December 4th, 1969, Chicago police raided Fred Hampton’s apartment and shot and killed him in his bed. He was just twenty-one years old. Black Panther leader Mark Clark was also killed in […]

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