Sunday, November 30, 2008

Call for Visual Artists for Event "When Harlem Came to Paris"

Liberated Muse social network member, Gemini Visions and her company Authentic Contemporary Art and several co-sponsors will be partnering with Lil SoSo Productions and the Alliance Française de Washington ( to celebrate the influence of African Americans in France with the multi-media arts event: When Harlem Came to Paris, Saturday, February 28, 2009 in Washington, DC. This event celebrates the rich history and culture of Black American writers, artists and musicians who came to Paris from the 1920s and 1930s, the period often referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. The event will be held at the Alliance Française de Washington and will feature food, music and performances by local musicians, actors, and actresses in character, depicting the sounds and personalities of the era. A Silent Charity Art Auction will be held simultaneously during the event. This will be the second year that LiL SoSo and the Alliance will be co-sponsoring this event.
Entry Guidelines & Requirements
Authentic Contemporary Art will provide coordination of the visual art aspect of the event.Each artwork submitted must represent the artist’s interpretation of the influence of African American culture on the visual art, music, literary or social scene in Paris during the 1920s/1930s. The work may be abstract or representational.Themes may include:African influences on art and culture of ParisCafé scenes of Paris in the 1920s and 1930sNightclub and Entertainment of Paris in the 1920s and 1930s
Visit HERE to get more information. Visit Authentic Contemporary Art's founder's page on Liberated Muse HERE (you have to sign up for FREE to be part of the network in order to view this page)

Saturday, November 29, 2008

Join Novelist Ananda Leeke & Bloggers Around the World on World AIDS Day 2008

On December 1st, bloggers from around the world will unite for World AIDS Day 2008. Worldwide an estimated 33 million people are living with HIV. In the United States, an estimated one million Americans are living with HIV. In response, both the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of HIV/AIDS Policy’s have come together to share HIV/AIDS information with the blogging community for World AIDS Day 2008.

On December 1st in recognition of World AIDS Day 2008, Liberated Muse Productions will take part in this historic day of awareness. We encourage you to take part by adding your voice through your own blog on our Liberated Muse social network and by commenting on our blog post for that day. Together, we can reduce the stigma of this pandemic through our words, voices and actions.

Other Ways To Participate

As a blogger, you can help lead this mission. Some of you may already be doing this, so tell your story. Write about it and share it with NIDA, and the Bloggers Unite community. Even if you are not a blogger, you can be involved. Here are five ways you can further the cause and elevate the voice of HIV/AIDS awareness online:

(1) 'Be-Friend' NIDA and on MySpace to stay connected to the issue and those working within it. Learn the link about HIV/AIDS and drug abuse by viewing NIDA’s online Webisodes, a video series about how non-injection drug use can lead to increased risk behavior, and can change lives forever. Once you learn the link, be sure to send the link to friends and family.

(2) Visit the blog and read how people are using new media tools in the response to HIV/AIDS.

(3) Join the Facing AIDS World AIDS Day Campaign and take a picture of yourself wearing a red ribbon and use that photo on your social network, blog, or Web site to help eliminate stigma and recognize World AIDS Day online. Also, add a badge to your website or blog.

(4)Blog and read about the issue. Then be sure to share your posts with Bloggers Unite or on Twitter using the tag #WAD08.

(5) If you are on Facebook, add links to your Facebook status where people can read information on this day on how they too can get involved.

If you plan to take part in this day, make sure you click on the event link started on the Liberated Muse social network by novelist Ananda Kiamasha Leeke (in photo above).

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Inside Design Internet Radio Interviews HGTV star Kim Myles This Friday

On Friday, Nov. 28, Inside Design Internet Radio interviews one of today’s top celeberities in Interior Design: Kim Myles! After winning the HGTV competition show, Design Star, Myles now sits at the helm of her own show, Myles of Style, where she helps novices tackle their troubled rooms with her imaginative spin on design and decor.

Kim has lived in New York City for more than 10 years but it was her childhood in the suburbs that initially drove her to explore interior design as a personal interest. “Growing up in suburbia gave me an aversion to sameness,” she says. This hairdresser, who got her start designing her own clothing, jewelry and hats, has no formal design education but uses her city surroundings as inspiration in her design styles, which she describes as “global urban elegance.”

Check out Kim’s official website at
Kim will be sharing with Inside Design some tips and ideas for holiday decorating as well as what is new with her hit TV show, “Myles of Style” on HGTV.


Log into and click "Listen Now" on Friday, November 28, 2008 at 10:30 am on WFLO, the Flow, !

Every other Friday, on air hosts, Susan Featherstone-Schemm and Sherry Burton Ways, the Principals of Design Scheme Interiors, LLC, will discuss home, interior décor and art. Guests will include décor experts, authors and artists who work with home interiors. INSIDE DESIGN will also give you the latest news in home decorating trends from around the country and the world!

DSI Principals Schemm and Ways will answer any problem decorating questions you have. So call to participate in the topic at 301-560-6992 in the DC/MD/VA area or dial 1-866-856-5903 nationwide. E-mail your questions during the show to .

Inside Design Internet Radio is a member of the Liberated Muse social network.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Turtel Onli: Futuristic Artist of All Realms

Futuristic imagery merges with Black power consciousness and social commentary in the artwork of visionary Onli, owner of Onli Studios. Onli is a member of the Liberated Muse social network, yet the amazing work featured on his LM profile is only a mere glimpse into the artistic vision of a man who is an artist in both the visual and performance arts. Specializing in music production (he creates soundtracks) as well as visual art, Onli also creates wearable art and artistic pieces that function as furniture and art pieces.

Onli's work has been featured in the Children's Museum of Chicago and the Museum Park in Chicago. To view more of Onli's fantastic work, visit his site HERE.

Monday, November 24, 2008

StoneSong is a HEAVENLY Retreat for the Artist Within

StoneSong is a welcoming space nestled in the Allegany Mountains of Western Maryland. I visited the space this past weekend with the artist group I am a part of as we ventured there on retreat. The space is beautiful. It includes a beautiful farmhouse overlooking 23 acres of luscious land, a renovated barn that serves as a retreat center, and a few other outbuildings. We stayed in the main house where we held group in the beautiful meditation room featured in the photo.
According to website: "StoneSong hosts workshops, retreats, sweat lodges, drumming circles, and also, simple weekend get-aways for individuals, couples, or groups looking to restore and strengthen themselves while being immersed in a peaceful and enchanting mountain valley. We invite facilitators, teachers, musicians and elders to share their gifts through those events year round. We are also committed to offering a safe refuge to native forest, watershed, and wildlife."
Visit for more information.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

DCTV Opens Auditions for New Teen Show Modeled after BET's TEEN SUMMIT

Do you remember BET's Teen Summit where singer Wes Felton and Def Jam poet Bassey Ikpi made their national debuts? The show was taped in the Washington DC BET station and gave rise to the teen talk phenomenon that gave teenagers a safe space to dialogue and showcase issues that were typically reserved for adult conversation.

Well, DC is at it again. DCTV that is. DCTV announced yesterday that they will be holding auditions for DC teen residents for a new show dedicated to expressing the views and opinions of young people.

The mission of the teen talk show Teen Talk DC is to give young people between the ages of 13-18 an open forum to have authentic conversation about issues concerning them. The show, Teen Talk DC, will serve as a vehicle for change. The goal is to provide an outlet and forum for discussion between generations-- young and old--and create understanding by breaking down stereotypes about teens and their issues.

Teen Talk DC will offer a valuable insight into the lives and difficulties of young adults, while helping them find the solutions to their problems.

Teen Talk DC is hosted by Darrell Gaston, produced by Fred Kenner and shown on DC Public Access Channel DCTV.

Auditions for Teen Talk will be held on December 4th, 2008 at DCTV Studios located at 901 Newton Street NE, Washington, DC 20017 @ 6:00pm sharply.

Those interested in auditioning should request and application and reserved an audition spot by calling Fred Kenner @ 202 – 526 – 7007 Ext. 124Our Voice... Our Future...Teen Talk

Contact: Fred Kenner Producer/DirectorTeen Talk DC 1-202-526-7007 Ext. 124
Make sure you let them know you heard about this from Liberated Muse Productions.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

African-American Authors Promote their Latest Books @ this Annual Author Showcase

In the age of the quick fix, MTV, Flavor Flav and Britney Spears, it is great to support an event that promotes the almost lost art of reading a book.

This holiday season, meet authors, buy new books and support reading by checking out the Black Author Showcase Holiday Fair, a production of Liberated Muse member Diane who also is creator of the Ning social networking site of the same name.

The Black Author Showcase will hold its annual Holiday Book Fair on Saturday, December 13, 2008 at The Show Place Arena & Prince George's Equestrian Center, 14900 Pennsylvania Avenue, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772.

The event will present more than 20 national and local Black authors who will speak or perform their latest literary works. The event is free to the public with book giveaways and prize drawings. Attendees are encouraged to bring a new or gently used “Book and a Buck” to support literacy in Kenya. BAS is partnering with Books For Africa in a book drive to benefit the White Cots School Centre.Project.

WHAT: Black Authors Speak About Their Books
WHERE: The Show Place Arena, 14900 Pennsylvania Avenue, Upper Marlboro, MD
WHO: The event is presented by the Black Author Showcase and 22nd Century Press
WHEN: Saturday, December 13, 2008; 10 AM to 5 PM WEB LINKS:

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Learn How To Publish Your Own Photo Book

UNDEREXPOSED: SELF-PUBLISHING YOUR PHOTO BOOK, presented by Transformer Gallery in partnership with the Honfleur Galleryin Washington DC. A panel discussion on the challenges of self-publishing with Chan Chao, Melissa Catanese, Lely Constantinople, Max Hirshfeld, and Ed Panar. November 22nd at 2:00 pm at the Honfleur Gallery. Free and open to the public.

Honfleur Art Gallery
1241 Good Hope Rd. SE
Washington, District of Columbia 20020

Friday, November 14, 2008

Michael Baisden Is Looking for Indie Artists for His Radio Show-- Send In Your Music Today!

Taking Radio to the next level by breaking new artists and promoting undiscovered songs, nationally syndicated talk show host Michael Baisden gives new and undiscovered artists a chance of a lifetime, to be featured on his nationally syndicated talk show, Love, Lust, and Lies.

If you're an artist with original music, please send him a copy of your CD, along with the following information:

- Name of artist

- Title of CD

- Name of the song you want featured

- Year of release

- Contact info on artist or record label

- Website info on where the song can be purchased or listen to online

- A copy of the CDSongs

MUST fit the Love, Lust, and Lies format, Old school, R&B, and Neosoul and Clean Rap. Michael Baisden's producers will contact you if your song is chosen. All materials are non-returnable. Make sure your contact information is included in your submission.

Mail to:Michael Baisden ShowRadio Wars / B-Side Submissions1844 N Nob Hill Rd #610Plantation, FL 33322-6548
Visit his new social network HERE

New Book Anthology--Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul--Due Out Spring 2009

Liberated Muse Productions (LMP), the marketing and arts events promoting group has ventured into the book arena. With a roster of productions that includes the Capital Hip Hop Soul Fest and the social networking site, LMP looks forward to the new anthology providing an artistic outlet for writers and visual artists and an opportunity to reach a wider reading audience.

The call for submissions is still active, with deadline for submissions falling on December 31, 2008. For details on how to submit your work, visit the anthology's site with criteria by clicking HERE.

The anthology will be reviewed by renowned writers, including prolific poet Taalam Acey. Acey, who has performed all over the world and released numerous books and CDs of his work, released his book Troubled Soul Refinery in 2007. The book is a 340 page collection of Acey's poems from 1998-2007.
According to his bio on CD Baby , "Taalam Acey may be the hardest working spoken word artist of his generation. He's published a novel, an award winning memoir and 9 spoken word CDs. Taalam has been a full time traveling poet for 7 years.
Taalam's work has been featured on BET and in Essence Magazine. He has been a frequent guest at dozens of colleges and Universities and has lectured on contemporary spoken word at the prestigious Graduate School of Education at UC Berkeley. Acey has twice been featured at the Essence Music Festival. In addition, Acey's work has been associated with films that have garnered an Audience Award and a Special Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

TODAY: The Bootleg Festival in Washington DC

The Bootleg Festival
November 13 : 5 p.m.November 15 : 2 p.m.November 16 : 4 p.m.
Price: Free

Where: Neighborhood: Northwest
1525 Newton St.
Washington, DC 20010

Words, Beats and Life, INC is hosting The Bootleg Festival, a three day underground hip hop and media event. The all-day festival brings the best of independent hip hop media to the forefront with lively discussions and screenings of documentaries and short films on the subject of hip hop on a worldwide level. Admission is free, but donations are suggested. All proceeds from the festival will go to the D.C. Urban Arts Academy

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Democracy Now's Amy Goodman @ Green Festival in Washington, Shares Pearls of Wisdom

The Green Festival was held this past Sunday, Nov. 9 at the Washington DC Convention Center. With thousands of attendees, the festival offered free samples of organic food, ozone friendly products and kid-friendly activities.

One highlight was the guest appearance of Amy Goodman, the host of Democracy Now! which airs on Washington DC radio channel WPFW.

Goodman, a thorough journalist who often goes where few commercial media members go, is known for her hard-hitting coverage of the Iraq war and homeland issues of inequality and oppression. During her appearance at the Green Festival, she shared her experiences at the Republican convention where she and her news team experienced ghastly police violence while covering an episode of police brutality in the streets.

Goodman remarked how historic Obama's election as president is. "You voted for the hope and the opportunity for change," she said, "but, not guaranteed it. That's going to come with your hard work."

She urged the packed audience to establish their own grassroot groups, return to community organizing and stay on top of our elected leaders. She reminded us that Obama will always be known as one of the lone senators to stand up against the war in Iraq when no one else would in Congress. However, she added, don't forget that he ultimately voted for funding of the war. She says that the reality is that the two major parties get funding from corporations who donate money to have their interests honored.

She shared that we should work toward getting candidates to be able to have free air time with the major media so that they don't have to pay for air time and feel squeezed and forced to say certain things based on who is funding their air time.

Democracy Now! is currently broadcast on nearly 729 stations around the world. Visit to find a station near you.

Monday, November 10, 2008

Tents of Hope Build Awareness About the Crisis in Darfur

Tents of Hope is a national community-based project that envisions a powerful union of artistic creativity and social concern in response to the crisis in Darfur.

The goal of the one-year project is to draw attention to the genocide in Darfur while encouraging donations of material support for the millions of uprooted persons in Sudan - many of whom have been living in tents for years after being violently forced from their homes and villages. The mission of the Tents of Hope project is to support a one-year process in which people respond as communities to the crisis in Darfur, Sudan by creating tents that are both unique works of art and ongoing focal points within communities for learning about, assisting and establishing relationships with the people of Sudan. The tents are not answers in themselves. Rather, they are points of entry for more concrete forms of Darfur advocacy.

The tents were on display on the National Mall in DC the weekend of Nov. 8th. Church groups, schools and individuals from across the world created these spectacular visual displays.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Classic Hip Hop Concert Series Funds Smithsonian Exhibit

Adrian “Easy AD” Harris and his business partner, Anthony “A-tone the Hip-Hop Historian” Hovington, a graduate of Duke University with a degree in African-American Studies, co-founded Classic Hip-Hop L.L.C. in 2005 to preserve and promote the positive aspects of Hip-Hop Culture.

They decided to join forces with Haywood Donerson, III; CEO of the Donerson Research Group, Inc. to raise money for an exhibit, that will feature artifacts from the early days of the movement.

The Classic Hip-Hop Concert Series is an integral part of this initiative, intended to promote the history, culture and art of Hip-Hop. It is also a great way of fundraising, and collecting historical artifacts for the permanent exhibit.

This initiative, starting with the Classic Hip-Hop Concert Series, is totally focused on being a family oriented program. “We want people to come out, bring their sons and daughters to experience innovative Hip-Hop music from Classic Hip-Hop artists such as current VH1 Honors recipient Slick Rick (The Ruler), past recipients; Whodini and Kool Mo Dee, as well as Dr. Roxanne Shante, PhD and DJ Tony Tone of the Legendary Cold Crush Brothers, to name a few”, said Host MC, Easy AD. He further states that, “Hip-Hop has come a long way and with this concert series and exhibit opening, we will help bring the culture full circle. We are not just putting on a concert but, raising the funds and awareness to bring this exhibit to life for generations to come”.

The Classic Hip-Hop Concert Series kicks off November 22nd with ten shows in nine different cities across the country. Tickets are on sale now!!!

For more information visit: or

Thanks to Seshat Walker for the information.

Some Words from Liberated Muse Productions Co-Founder Maceo Thomas-- Head Citizen


This has been an incredible week. I feel personally responsible for getting Barack Hussein Obama elected President of the United States of America. I have been accepting congratulations from leaders around the world. And I have been offering congratulations to those around the world. When MSNBC called the state of Pennsylvania for Obama, I saw the culmination of months and years of hard work by many come to a new beginning.

Many of you have asked me if I "worked" for this campaign. I do. My title has been "Head Citizen". The responsibilities are immense; the primary one being defined as "participation"; and the privileges are awesome, too many to name here. The great part of this organizational structure is that I had the opportunity to directly collaborate with other department heads. There was no pass through. Direct contact, planning and action.

I walked the streets of Columbus with other head citizens, I sent emails from head citizens out to other head citizens. I spent a great deal of time talking to some head citizens on the phone who I have known for decades, as well as sitting in coffee shops with other head citizens I had just met. I read and stayed inform through articles and blogs written by brilliant head citizens. I supported fundraisers organized by everyday head citizens. I spent the last day of the campaign with a my 16 year old cousin Christian, another Head Citizen, who actively campaigned for a political campaign for the first time to help support his neighbor Head Citizens efforts to GOTV (Get Out To Vote). Head Citizenship has never been so exciting.

I will continue in this role for the indefintite future. The Obama campaign has been a great training program to beef up skills on the role of Head Citizen. The political camapign is completed. The governing phase is developing, however the role of Head Citizen never stops. The role of Head Citizen requires that we continue to support the rest of the department heads in working to make this organization - oh, it's abbreviated as the USA, a subsidiary of the WORLD - productive, viable and just for each and every department. Use your power!!
I just would like to thank all those who have helped contribute to my training and experience in this role in no particular order:

1. James and Margaret Thomas (dec.) for making sure my Dad and Aunt Marjorie pioneeringly (I think I made this up) integrated their schools to provide generations greater opportunities.

2. PG County Schools - where I picked up some crucial critical analysis skills for the majority part of my work in my Head Citizen role.

3. John F Kennedy, Sargent Shriver and Frank Williams for developing the organization Peace Corps which helped me understand firsthand the elements of our role of Head Citizen by contrasting it with the limited roles of citizens in other parts of the world.

4. William and Brenda Thomas for supporting the gifts and talents of their third child by letting me explore always.

5. Nadirah, Daya, Jason, Nzinga, Takeyah, Maura, Kim Morton, Adam Barr, Catherine Poff,and those whose names I have forgotten - other Head Citizens I walked the streets with out of town.

6. Dwayne Kennedy, my first political candidate (6th grade president) and a chief strategist from the beginning of this presidential campaign and an updater on Va poll numbers for the last six months- thanks for the guarantee on Va.

7. Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King, Harriet Tubman, Malcolm X (dec.) - previous Head Citizens who exemplified the role.

8. Zachary and Justyne - new fresh Head Citizens that encourage me to make this role better for them.

9. East of the River for letting me plug Obama in so many pieces.

10. Ubi, who listened a lot.
11, My entire Peace Corps and public health family - Head Citizens extraordinaire.

12. The CHOICE Program for providing a job experience that showed the importance of the role of Head Citizen by opening my eyes, on the ground, of the inequities that other department heads face.

13. Khadijah Ali-Coleman for taking a vision and putting the Capital Hip Hop Soul Fest together as a big plug for Obama...oh and some music too.

14. All my facebook friends.

15. The First Tuesdays crowd.

15. All who are reading this for doing your part. I'll see you at the office.


Head Citizen since 1971

Friday, November 7, 2008

Inaugaration Tickets ARE NOT on Sale-- Don't Get Scammed

Tickets to the swearing-in ceremony are free — but you have to request them from your U.S. representative or senator. Best to call his or her Washington office if you haven’t already. THEY DO NOT EXIST YET.

“Any website or ticket broker claiming that they have inaugural tickets is simply not telling the truth,” Howard Gantman, staff director for the the Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies, said in a release. “Tickets for the swearing-in of President-elect are all provided through members of Congress, and the President-elect and Vice President-elect through the Presidential Inaugural Committee. We urge the public to view any offers of tickets for sale with great skepticism.”

Anyone selling a ticket to, say, the swearing-in ceremony, simply doesn’t have the goods. The 240,000 tickets that have been printed for this event “are in a secure location,” according to the committee.

If you are one of the lucky few to get a ticket when they become available, it’s not illegal to resell your ticket, but it is, well, discouraged. “We can’t stop people from turning around and selling those tickets, but it goes against the spirit of an open public inauguration,” said media spokeswoman Carole Florman. But constituents won’t be able to pick up their tickets until the day before the event — leaving little time for an EBay bidding war.

After all that, even if you are one of the lucky 240,000 who gets a ticket held on the west front of the Capitol building, you may get shut out if the weather tanks. Inclement weather could force the ceremony inside (as it did in 1985 when President Reagan’s inauguration was held inside the Rotunda), dropping the number of spectators from hundreds of thousands to a few hundred.

Everything else: The parade and balls are organized by the Presidential Inaugural Committee, which is just being formed. This committee determines the type of inaugural events to hold, raises private money to fund them and decides how to distribute the tickets

People, there is always television. All the better to watch it with.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Senator Barack Obama Wins the 2008 Presidential Election!

It's 11:15pm and Senator Barack Obama has won the 2008 Presidential Election with over 300 electoral votes won already (270 needed to win)!

This electric moment has made its mark in history as the election of the first US African-American president ever!

Liberated Muse Productions extends congratulations to Senator Obama and looks forward to the new day this election will herald in.

Kudos to McCain and his closing speech which was cordial and recognized the significance of this moment as he admitted defeat and applauded Obama for his win. "I urge all Americans to join me in not just congratulating him but joining him in making this a better country than we inherited. Whatever our differences, we are all Americans," said McCain.

His speech was met with boos and hate calls as he finished, "...the failure was mine, not yours."

Record Voter Turn-out Mark Presidential Election 2008

Did you vote? Hope so. This day welcomes unmatched lines and record-breaking waits as people awake early only to still have to wait in lines that were so long they streamed down and around streets and corners. Mama Moon of the band Uninterrupted and a member of our Liberated Muse network blogged about her early morning experience and has pics to show how very long the line was that she stood in as it snaked around the building and into woody areas.

Liberated Muse Productions co-founder Maceo Thomas is in Virginia, working for the Obama campaign by providing umbrellas (its drizzling there) and offering his services as needed. He voted earlier this week. Mace's partner, me, Khadijah Ali-Coleman -- Moon--shares with you my voting experience from this morning HERE. I have this overwhelming sense of pride.

Don't forget to get your FREE sweet treats on this election day. Choose from Starbucks, Krispy Kremes, Ben & Jerry's and California Tortilla. Get details HERE.

What's your Election Day story? Share it with us by clicking HERE.

Monday, November 3, 2008

6th Annual Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation Conference: Rejuvenating Sisterhood


6th Annual Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation Conference: Rejuvenating Sisterhood

April 18, 20099am- 6pm

Coppin State University

Tawes Center

Quickly becoming a destination event, you do not want to miss this experience! Call your best friend! Sister! Neighbor and mark the date now!------------------------------------------------


The planning committee for Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation Conference is currently looking for workshop presentations for our the 6th Annual Conference with the theme of Rejuvenating Sisterhood.

Workshops that are informative, interactive and appropriate for women 16 and up are being requested. We are seeking presenters who are passionate about helping women to empower themselves and understand the relevance of each woman being a part of the cure needed in our communities.

The conference will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2009 from 9:00am- 6pm.

The expected audience participation is 200 plus women from the Baltimore, Virginia, Washington, D.C., New York and Pennsylvania areas.The purpose of this conference is to help perpetuate a nation-wide movement of healing for our families and communities, in order to generate a vibrant future. Heal a Woman to Heal a Nation, Inc. is a movement to gather, educate and encourage women from all cultures and backgrounds to utilize each other for the common goals of personal, community and nation-wide advancement.

Y are invtited to submit a proposal detailing your workshop via email at , no later than November 14, 2008 by 5pm.

Hard copy submissions will not be accepted.

Presenters will be notified of accepted proposals by January 5, 2009.

Peace to Mothyna James-Brightful for creating thisi wonderful event.

Historical Presidential Election Less than 24 hours away!!

Liberated Muse Productions has been a vocal supporter of Obama for President over the past year. We have supported numerous Obama fundraising events, including those hosted by Generation Obama, Young & Powerful for Obama and DC for Obama. We have also used Obama imagery in our promotion of the Capital Hip Hop Soul Fest.
We hope that you use Election Day tomorrow as an opportunity to do your part to bring to the White House your candidate of choice. We are Obama all the way!
Join us on Election Day for a Watch party where we will fellowship as we view the election results as they unfold. This event is hosted by Young & Powerful for Obama, organized in part by DC representative for Y & P, Kezia Williams, a member of Liberated Muse.
The Moment of TruthElection Night Watch Party!!!
Hosted by Young and Powerful for ObamaAdmission

Saturday, November 1, 2008

AAWC Celebrates their 11th Annual Film Festival

African American Women In Cinema 11th Annual Film Festival
November 12th - 15th, 2008, New York CityCelebrating Global Cinematic Unity.

AAWIC 2008 Film Festival Event and Film Screening Schedule.

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008FESTIVAL KICK-OFF RECEPTION, 7:00pm-9:00pm

Sponsored by: Banco Popular, New York

Women In Film & Television,

Greater New York Chamber of Commerce.

Reception Location: BANCO POPULAR, 231 West 125th Street, New York City

*Please R.S.V.P. to attend at:*

Festival All Access Pass Holders are automatically on the reservation list.

Thursday, November 13th, 2008RED CARPET SPECIAL SCREENING / 7:30pm Red Carpet, 8:00pm Screening Program

Visit to purchase tickets and get more details.

Thanks to Kevin Sabio for the heads-up