SANGRIA SUNDAYS food | drink | film | music at
RAW SPACE 3pm-7pm
Sundays is a weekly
listening lounge with a featured short film and artist chat. The $5 admission
includes a complimentary glass of sangria or sorrel. So, its basically free.
Food provided by Soul Fixin's. RAW SPACE is located at 2031 Adam Clayton
Powell Blvd., (between 121st & 122nd St.), Harlem, USA . Come through!
ImageNation's RAW SPACE, Harlem's newest hot
This Sunday at RAW SPACE
What: Sangria Sunday feat. Anthony David & the short film "Dear Mr.
President" by Delphine Fawundu-Buford & Kayinde Harris
When: Sunday, Nov. 11th - 3pm to 7pm
Where: RAW SPACE - 2031 Adam Clayton Powell Blvd., (121st & 122nd St.),
Admission: $5 includes a glass of Sangria (so, its basically
free!). Food by SoulFixins.com!
LISTEN: to Anthony David's New album Love Out Loud. Over the course of six
diverse yet highly distinctive albums, Anthony David, the charismatic
Georgia-bred singer/songwriter/guitarist and three-time Grammy nominee has
charted an idiosyncratic path to create a deeply personal, effortlessly
accessible body of contemporary Soul music. David's remarkable evolution
continues to yield powerful results on his new 11-track album, Love Out Loud.
Released November 13th. Presented by RhythmandSoulRadio.com.
VIEW: the short film Dear Mr. President. This honest video diary to the next president
of the United States expresses the thoughts and feelings of youth on the issues
that are affecting them the most: unemployment, health insurance, racial
profiling and discrimination, and the educational system. (Scroll Down for more
CHAT: with soul singer Anthony David (via Skype). Meet
filmmaker/photographer/publishers Delphine Fawundu-Buford & Kayinde Harris
directors of Dear Mr. President and founders of Say it Loud Magazine and
resident poet Blue.
HOSTED: by Nadhege Ptah, actress, dancer, teacher and ImageNation supporter.
More Information on the short film "Dear Mr. President":
"Some of the issues that are happening in our country include health
insurance, the educational system, international affairs, the educational
system, war, and most importantly, the layoff of jobs. These are the issues
that are affecting us the most in this country and I, as a teen, feel they need
to be fixed...before it's too late!" ~Autumn C
Dear Mr. President 2012: The Second Installation
A Film by Delphine Fawundu-Buford & Kayinde Harris
Produced by: Mammiyoko Incorporated
Shot & Edited By: Crush Boone
Music By: Darren Yeadon
Dear Mr. President is the first documentary project from Mammiyoko
Incorporated, the production company founded by Say it LOUD! founders, Delphine
Fawundu and Kayinde Harris.
A two part series, Dear Mr. President explores the powerful and moving concerns
of the youth. Creating a necessary outlet for teens, Dear Mr. President, an
honest video diary to the next president of the United States, expresses the
thoughts and feelings of the youth on the issues that are affecting them the
most: unemployment, health insurance, racial profiling and discrimination, and
the educational system.