Dream of the Water Children: The Black Pacific

It’s official! My Book will be published in the Fall of 2014 – by 2Leaf Press. I will keep everyone updated. I have provided the Vimeo introductory video here.  More will follow. While watching thi…

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June Flashback: Sonja Soh (Korean/African-American) [American]

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Known as: Award WinningTV & Film Actress and Activist (Founder of the Baltimore based “reWIRED for Change”)

TV: Kima Greggs in “The Wire”, “Body of Proof”, “Burn Notice”, “Cold Case”, “Brothers & Sisters”

Movies: “Slam”, “Shaft”, “Bringing Out The Dead”, “G”, “Step Up 2: The Streets”

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Flashback Thursday: Kelis (African-American, Chinese, Puerto Rican) [American]

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Known as: Award Winning Singer-Songwriter

Music Videos: Milkshake, Caught Out There, Bossy
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Will Demps (African-American/Korean)

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Known as: Professional American football player & model (Played for the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens, New York Giants and Houston Texans)
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Judith Hill (Japanese/African-American) [American]

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Known as: Singer-Songwriter (Sang lead on “Heal The World” at Michael Jackson’s Memorial Service; Backup singer on Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” Tour; Composed ballads for Spike Lee’s “Red Hook Summer” film)

Videos: Heal The World, Judith Hill on Brian McKnight Show, Judith Hill – EPK 2011, ET Interviews Judith Hill, I Will Always Be Missing You, Judith Hill Live at the Temple Bar
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Asian American Lia Neal makes USA swim team | Asiance Magazine

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“Lia Neal came in fourth in the 100-meter freestyle finals. Her finish gave her a spot on the 400 freestyle relay team.

Neal, whose father is African-American, and mother is Chinese-American, became the second African-American woman to represent U.S. swimming in the Olympics. The first was Maritza Correia, who was a member of the silver-medal-winning 400-meter freestyle relay team at the 2004 Athens Games.

Neal, who lives in Brooklyn, started taking swimming lessons with friends when she was 6. She showed promise, and a swim mom recommended when she was 8 that she try out for a swim team.”

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