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This week's guest is Quincy Troupe - poet, author of over 20 published books, well known for his autobiography of Miles Davis and editor of Black Noir Renaissance...he will be discussing the screen version of "Miles and Me", key social issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement as well as trends for black themes on film and television

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This week’s guest is Quincy Troupe – poet, author of over 20 published books, well known for his autobiography of Miles Davis and editor of Black Noir Renaissance…he will be discussing the screen version of “Miles and Me”, key social issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement as well as trends for black themes on film and television

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This week’s guest is Jean-Clarens Renois, candidate for President of the Republic of Haiti – Mr. Renois will talk about his reasons for aspiring to lead this troubled nation and discuss his vision of what Haiti would look like with him as President.

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