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Black Love is Revolutionary

Black Love is Revolutionary

The powers that be are doing everything they can to prove black lives don’t matter. Eric Garner. Michale Brown Jr. Tanisha Anderson. Tamir Rice. Eric Harris. Walter Scott. Freddie Gray. Trayvon Martin. Amadou Diallo. Kendra James. Sean Bell. Alton Sterling.The list goes on… the struggle continues… And these to two young black militants were proving them wrong by any means necessary. On the run, tr...

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What’s Going On? Can you be pro-black and date outside your race?

What’s Going On? Can you be pro-black and date outside your race?

We posed this question to all of you our on Instagram and Facebook as a result of some actions happening at the time in the Garden and were quite surprised by the controversy it posed. Pangea’s Garden celebrates the beauty of BLACK women, BLACK people and BLACK love. The images we have created and captured in this mission have, mostly, been created by BLACK artists and photographers with BLA...

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WGO? The passing of a Prince…

WGO? The passing of a Prince…

“There wasn’t an instrument he couldn’t play, a style he couldn’t write in, or a song he couldn’t make funkier… He made waves in a daunting number of areas, from race to commerce to sexuality to sound… Prince drew from rock, funk, pop, fusion, big band jazz, bossa nova, opera and more, combining them to create songs that sounded like no one else’s… he was a pop exception, a man of transcendence in...

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pgp391: Taj Francis… an array of visual expression

pgp391: Taj Francis… an array of visual expression

“One of my favorite things to do, is to do artwork on functional objects. I love skateboards, but of course the most I can do on one is get from point A to B without dying, but I love them regardless.” Jamaican visual artist, Taj Francis, has a array of visual expression, mainly focused through illustration. The body of work he produces, draws influence from a Jamaican Reggae aesthetic...

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Kwesi Abbensetts – breaking the surface

Kwesi Abbensetts – breaking the surface

You can always change your own time Make your cup of change defy order and make it your stool sit in that space and flaunt your virtues, since your life only belongs to you Your folks already let you out to pasture … The way of nature my people, the way of nature Now run off and find your own food. Kwesi Abbensetts is a South American born photographer, hailing from the country of Guyana.  I...

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Soundcheck: Moko

Soundcheck: Moko

Diane Nadia Adu-Gyamfi, better known by her stage name Moko, is a 23 year old soul singer from New Cross in London. Her childhood was built upon a foundation of soul, gospel and house records and she would spend her Sunday’s singing in church. A couple of years later she went to Goldsmiths University and moved on to bands. She rose to fame after featuring on the Chase & Status single “Co...

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pgp384: Jessica Williams is WIRED

pgp384: Jessica Williams is WIRED

PETER HAPAK. PROP STYLING BY ANDREA HUELSE/ART DEPARTMENT; WARDROBE STYLING BY MINDY SAAD/CELESTINE AGENCY; HAIR BY BELLAIR USING RICH HAIR CARE AT FACTORY DOWNTOWN; MAKEUP BY JESSICA ORTIZ/THE WALL GROUP “Every day when I wake up, I check Instagram. Then I look at Twitter to see what the One Directioners are talking about. I check Facebook to see how everybody from high school’s doing...

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Soundcheck: Kendrick Lamar debuts new Untitled song on “The Colbert Report”

Soundcheck: Kendrick Lamar debuts new Untitled song on “The Colbert Report”

“Tell him we don’t die! We multiply!” excerpt from Pitchfork.com… As Stephen Colbert prepares to say goodbye to “The Colbert Report”, he welcomed Kendrick Lamar. Kendrick debuted an untitled new track alongside a band featuring Thundercat, Bilal, Anna Wise, and Terrace Martin. During the Colbert’s interview Lamar also discussed why he’d rather be vie...

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Nujabes – my homage to the Japanese Hip Hop mogul

Nujabes – my homage to the Japanese Hip Hop mogul

Before I compare the hip hop of today versus the beginning in the 90s, let me just throw out one thing: Hip Hop is not my favorite genre. What I will talk about is a foreigner who has brought hip hop to life through an anime called Samurai Champloo. The show is about three travelers wandering the land of Japan to get to a father who smells of sunflowers. Beautiful story, with an even beautiful sou...

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PGTV Spotlight: Issa Rae’s FIRST

PGTV Spotlight: Issa Rae’s FIRST

A modern day Love Jones documenting the milestones of dating as childhood friends, Robin and Charles fall in love one first at a time. Created by Jahmela Biggs  |  Directed by James Bland Robin and Charles have known each other since middle school, but it’s not until their late 20s that they realize their feelings are more than platonic. Robin an aspiring novelist moves back to her hometown ...

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