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Journey To Radiance Ep. 13: "A WordSlanger's Journey"

With April being National Poetry Month, the Campaign for Black Male Achievement is excited to present the newest episode of our "Journey To Radiance" podcast series

In this installment, Dr. Phyllis Hubbard, Director of CBMA Health and Healing Strategies, and co-host WolfHawkJaguar go on a journey with Oakland's own Dr. Ayodele Nzinga -- an award-winning producer, actress, director, poet, playwright, and activist -- to explore the multi-dimensional Black experience through the eyes of the "WordSlanger."

In addition to being an artist, Dr. Nzinga is the Founding Director of The Lower Bottom Playaz, Inc., which made history in 2016 by becoming the first theater troupe in the world to stage August Wilson's entire work "American Century Cycle" in chronological order. She is also Founding Director of BAMBD (Black Arts Movement Business District), as well as Founder and Artistic Director of BAMBDFEST 2019.

LISTEN TO THE EPISODE HERE!

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