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The Inclusion Show Welcomes!, Ian Ellis James (aka William Electric Black) is a seven-time Emmy Award winning writer (former writer for Sesame Street). Ian has been writing in the family entertainment television industry for over fifteen years.

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The Inclusion Show Welcomes!, Ian Ellis James (aka William Electric Black) is a seven-time Emmy Award winning writer (former writer for Sesame Street). Ian has been writing in the family entertainment television industry for over fifteen years. His credits in family TV include Sesame Workshop, Topstone Productions, Lancit Media,Nickelodeon,Scholastic Productions, Warner Cable, Winchester TV & Film,(London), Voodoo Entertainment, (Vancouver). His theater projects, under his stage name William Electric Black, have been seen in New York City, Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles. For the past seven years he has been writing, directing, and producing plays at La MaMa ETC, New York City — where he presently runs the Poetry Electric Series. His musical, Betty & The Belrays, was performed at Theater For The New City, March 2007. In 2009 Mr. Black (Ian) directed The Lonely Soldier Monologues (Women at War in Iraq). Ian’s new rock musical, AMERICAN STAR!!!, opened in NYC 2012-2013 and his new play to combat inner city gun violence – “WHEN BLACK BOYS DIE” opens in March 5th and runs to the 22nd of March, 2015 at Theater For The New City.

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Jeffrey Mark Deskovic was wrongly convicted in 1990 at the age of seventeen of raping, beating, and strangling Angela Correa, a 15-year-old high school classmate at Peekskill High School.

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