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BLLJ: The Fussings
Talib Jasir Fleming is a podcast producer, author, and advocate for the people and their collective power. He is a creative entrepreneur with over 16 years of professional work in marketing and advertising.
Cheryl Inokon: How to earn, keep, grow and protect money
Conversations about racism, colorism and discrimination in Colombia
COMING UP – CONVERSATIONS ABOUT BLACKNESS IN COLOMBIA
COMING UP – HOW TO KEEP, GROW AND PROTECT MONEY
Catch up on Insecure the popular show on HBO with Cameron King here on Bootleg Like Jazz. Get your questions answered, fall in love with your favorite character and relax while entering the world of Issa Rae! Don’t forget to FOLLOW!!!
HOW TO MANAGE YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS
BLLJ: MEET JOVANTE HAM CEO OF MELANOID EXCHANGE
BLLJ: INSECURE RECAP EP 5
BLLJ: SHOULD WE HOLD OUR VOTE HOSTAGE?
COMING UP: DOES MY VOTE MATTER?
Get a behind the scenes look at a Bootleg Like Jazz with Entertainment Correspondent Cameron King.
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Will masks orders create a surge in racial profiling?
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Meet Natasha Carrizosa poet, writer, and speaker. Her work is deeply rooted in her childhood and life experiences. Raised as the daughter of a fierce African-American mother and Mexican father, her writing reflects the dichotomy of these two rich cultures. She is author of mexiafricana, heavy light, and crown. Her work has recently been published in ¡Manteca! – an anthology of […]
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A conversation about hope with Vanessa Quillin
In this installment of Bootleg Like Jazz, Raúl Orlando Edwards joins Q and discusses the history, major contributions and the impact Joao Gilberto had on Bossa Nova.
Click below and watch a snippet from the new show where we dive into the history of Bossa Nova and it’s intersection with Black American music from Raul Orlando Edwards !!!
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Recent winner of the John A. Robertson Prize for 1st Book of Poetry 2020 Bootleg Like Jazz is excited to have Lupe Mendez on the show today. Lupe Mendez is the author of the poetry collection Why I Am Like Tequila (Willow Books, 2019). He earned an MFA in creative writing (poetry) from the University of Texas at El Paso […]
The UNDERGROUND 3:33 Market convenes once a month to create a marketplace to give local businesses a platform to promote and broaden their customer base while creating a one of a kind experience for the attendees.
The UNDERGROUND 3:33 Market convenes once a month to create a marketplace to give local businesses a platform to promote and broaden their customer base; while creating a one of a kind experience for the attendees.
Joining together as a community to support small businesses in the surrounding area.
Big X is a speed rapper born in Houston raised in Maryland.
Bethany Rose is a Los Angeles based singer-songwriter and piano player, composing and singing in both English and Spanish.
Houston Afro Creole Music Festival usually hosts the Afro Creole Music Festival annually during the last weekend of September or the first weekend of October. It is all weekend long event October 5-6, 2019 – Saturday is usually a concert/party with a theme (this year it is Hennyglow) and Sunday is the actual outdoor festival that display a variety of cultural activities throughout the day. Each event features various acts, artists, bands, and deejays from several countries and genres of music. Multiple vendors, marketers, and sponsors will have their products on display and available for purchase.
Leslie Contreras Schwartz is the fourth Houston Poet Laureate, serving from 2019-2021. She is a multi-genre writer whose book, Who Speaks for Us Here, is scheduled for spring 2020 publication with Skull + Wind Press.
Use the hashtag #BLLJ and tell me your favorite Miles Davis or John Coltrane album or song. #BLLJ
Gumbo Session Part 2 – Cultural nuisance, French lessons and thoughts on travel
Blaze X Black is a hip hop/rock duo from Houston, TX. We’ve established a firm local fan base in our city and surrounding areas.
Banke Awopetu is an author, poet, dancer and educator.
Show 1,002 is a talk show geared around the issues of daily life that matters to all regardless of race, gender, religious affiliation, political identity, education, socio-economic status or orientation.
Rabbisensei is a part of the Music Group My Brothers Keeper 713. This group consists of talented and on the rise artists who are multi skilled. Rabbisensei made his debut stage performance with Richie Mike performing his single “Rockstar”.
Bringing Louisiana Funk and improved jams to you. Come check out the Gumbo Jam at Shoeshine Charley’s on Sunday 8 pm c.s.t.
Hearts and Horns, talking about relationships and music.
Poet, storyteller, and essayist Roberto Carlos Garcia is a self-described “sancocho […] of provisions from the Harlem Renaissance, the Spanish Poets of 1929, the Black Arts Movement, the Nuyorican School, and the Modernists.”
Midnight Navy is a producer, saxophonist, and singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas. His musical style ranges from psychedelic alternative to bedroom pop and synth wave with elements of lo-fi hip-hop. His unique musical lens draws from his Mexican heritage, along with his love for pop culture and feel good melodies.
Jasminne Mendez is an Afro-Latina poet, educator and award winning author. She received her B.A. in English Literature and her M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Houston. Mendez has had poetry and essays published by or forthcoming in The Kenyon Review, The Acentos Review, Crab Creek Review, Texas Review, La Galeria, Label Me Latino/a, Gulf Coast, Bird’s Thumb, The Rumpus and others. Her first multi-genre memoir Island of Dreams (Floricanto Press, 2013) was awarded Best Young Adult Latino Focused Book by the International Latino Book Awards in 2015. Her poetry and essays have been named finalists and honorable mention for several awards including the Rose Metal Press Chapbook prize and the Barry Lopez Creative Non-Fiction prize. Recently she won the Cogswell College Magazine Poetry Prize judged by Major Jackson. She is the co-founder of Tintero Projects: A Reading & Writing Workshop Series, an organization that seeks to build and promote emerging and established Latinx writers in Houston. She is a 2017 Canto Mundo Fellow and an MFA candidate in the creative writing program at the Rainier Writer’s Workshop at Pacific Lutheran University.