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Human progress is neither automatic nor inevitable…

Every step toward the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions and

passionate concern of dedicated individuals.” – Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Terrance Ballard – “Bamboozled” (No copyright Infridgement intended)

Niles Fitch

Niles  Fitch ***** “Niles Fitch, an Atlanta native, follows his passion for connecting with others through stage, print, commercials, television, film, and voice over. He loves to model, sing, dance, act, and make you laugh.  His late father (a financial advisor) and his mother (an attorney), encouraged his excitement of smiling for the camera by …

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Samuel Légitimus

___________________________Samuel Légitimus By Dale Ricardo Shields “Samuel Légitimus (born in Paris on March 28, 1965 ) is the son of television producer Hégésippe Légitimus, known as “Gésip”. His mother is the journalist Noema Thomassine (better known in the West Indies under the signature of “Noema”). He is the grandson of Darling Légitimus and cousin of …

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STAN BROWN

STAN  BROWN Passion “Presence! Exploring ever deeper experiences of presence.                                 Being in and surrendered to the now.”   By Dale Ricardo Shields    STAN BROWN Born: 1962 South Carolina  (Colleton, County) Education *BA – Theatre – University of South …

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Black Broadway History ~ Moments*

 Black Broadway History                     Moments A researched glance at some important moments in the History of Black Theatre     Educational Purposes Only [No Copyright Infringement Intended] Images may be subject to copyright.   Research by Dale Ricardo Shields [No Copyright Infringement Intended] Take a look at …

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WALTER DALLAS

  WALTER DALLAS DIRECTOR – MUSICIAN – PHOTOGRAPHER – PLAYWRIGHT – PROFESSOR  By Dale Ricardo Shields Page 1 – 10 Winner, Best Director Award, of the New York “Viv” Award for                                                          …

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