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Our History: A Poet's Perspective

NateBrown Entertainment LLC

Friday, February 28, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

Our History: A Poet's Perspective

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NateBrown Entertainment™ Presents

Our History: A Poet’s Perspective

Friday, February 28, 2014; 7:30pm

Black History Month is an attempt to encapsulate an entire history of a people, its land, and its culture in less than 30 days. On February 28, NateBrown Entertainment presents “Our History: A Poet’s Perspective,” which will provide depth and perspective to the world contributions of African-descended people via the spoken word. This one of a kind event will feature an eclectic group of well-regarded poets who will, in their own poetic verses, enlighten, teach, dismantle, affirm, critique, celebrate, and share their point of view on African/African-American History and Culture.

Headliner & Host: Stephanie Renée, a proud Washington, DC, native, yet a happily transplanted Philadelphian, will be the evening’s headliner and host. Inspired to cultivate innovative, reflective art in all of its forms, Stephanie has firmly established her presence in this region as a professional artist of many genres. She is a vocalist, songwriter, film maker, poet, teacher, actor, producer and, most recently, serves as a radio personality and the program director at WURD 900AM. Stephanie’s diverse creative portfolio include her voice being featured on popular recordings with soul singers Jill Scott and Patti Labelle.

Aziza Kebe

Featured Poet: Aziza Kebe is a published author who utilizes her poetic artistry to promote and to uplift women of African descent. As a poet, community & political activist, griot, educator, and hair culturalist, she consciously creates art to affect social change. Publishing her first short story at just age 10, Aziza Kebe has multiple print projects, including her first book of poetry, “I Am Aziza.” Aziza has taken the stage internationally in West Africa, the Caribbean, Europe, and the West Indies.

 Featured Poet: MJ Harris is a native of New Orleans, LA, whose southern heritage informs his poetic style and flair. A teacher, poet, and actor, MJ Harris hopes to invoke introspection through his poetry, which often reflects commentary about life. He is currently a member of the Fuze Poetry Collective, an MC in the hip-hop collective Sёla, and an acting teacher at New Freedom Theatre.

 House Drummer: Our house drummer, Baba Tyrone Davis, is a skilled master musician. Baba Tyrone is also a professional African dancer/choreographer, fire dancer, and stilt walker who has shared his artistic abilities in Philadelphia for more than 40 years.

Join us for this live poetry experience with some of Philadelphia’s brightest poets as they take us on a journey of Black History through the spoken word.

Online registration is required in order to gain entry to the venue. You can select to purchase your ticket online in advance or register online with the intent to pay $15 at the door. Please complete one or the other at this site (no exceptions).

Tickets are $10 (+ online fee) in advance and $15 at the door. Wine & Veggie Chilli will be served. Seating is first come, first served. E-mail natebrownentertainment@yahoo.com or call 215-313-5584/215-850-9739 for questions (or assistance with online registration/payment).

DISCLAIMER: Please bring paper ticket or valid ID to verify registration. Must be 21 or over to consume alcohol. NateBrown Entertainment is not responsible nor will be held liable (criminal or civil) for loss, theft, damage, injury nor death as a result of "any" incidents that may occur before, during or after our events. We reserve the right to refuse entrance to anyone if they are obviously/visibly intoxicated, under the influence of narcotics or appear to be such by mutual observation of the event organizer and event security. In the event of inclimate weather, please call 215-313-5584/215-850-9739 BEFORE you attempt to come to the event. Not liable if you fail to attend after purchasing a ticket in advance of the event. We are not financially obligated to any guest in attendance for failure to be able to pay your bill, admission in whole or part. This event may be recorded. Photographs, audio and video recording devices are utilized by the artist/promoter of this event whereas the images, "recordings" and "likenesses" will be used for promotional purposes on any and all mediums known to exist or conceptionalized to become a viable resource for promotions without due compensation. All results, tangible or otherwise are the sole property of the artist/promoter. Thank you.

Have questions about Our History: A Poet's Perspective? Contact NateBrown Entertainment LLC

When & Where

Private Residence
5432 Wayne Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19144

Friday, February 28, 2014 from 7:30 PM to 10:00 PM (EST)

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