Black-gloved fists raised aloft, on a sweltering hot night in Mexico City, U.S. athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos propelled themselves into history.
Colorfultimes.com, in partnership with AFRIKART (London), are pleased to announce a 3-day exhibition of world-class contemporary paintings by a selection of artists from India, Sudan, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana in the heart of London’s Covent Garden.
What say you? Is the idea of romantic love and monogamy a myth of Western cultures and a set-up for certain failure?
“In today’s digital world, too many kids are at risk of living an unhealthy lifestyle,” said sports coach Ingram Jones, “and while others might be tempted to make poor choices, leading to a life of hardship or crime, we want to make a REAL difference at BaylorIC by providing sport and educational opportunities for our young people.”
To coincide with a new website outlining Sylvester Stein’s interesting life, the Nononsense Press republishes his third novel, written in the early ’60s and called, ‘What the World Owes Me by Mary Bowes.’
In 1955, he became the first African-American male dancer to become a permanent member of a major ballet company, in his case, the School of American Ballet. In 1969, Arthur Mitchell co-founded the Dance Theatre of Harlem.