Film, Music, Politics, Race, Television, Theater

Lena Horne 1917-2010

Over the past few months we’ve suffered the loss of pioneers the likes of who we’ll never see again: Benjamin Hooks, Dorothy Height, and now Lena Horne: she certainly deserves a place alongside those lauded blacks activists if onlyl because one could chart the progress of black civil rights in this country through the trajectory…

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Art, History, Race

Black and White Memoria

Ultimately photography is about who you are.  It’s the seeking of truth in relationship to yourself. And seeking truth becomes a habit Leonard Freed Over the weekend I made an attempt to meet up with my spouse for a gallery hop in Chelsea after yoga, but alas, the ones we targeted–ah, how best-laid plans get…

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