Coffee Conversations with Greg J: Arts, Community and Culture
Written by Gregory Johnson on September 24, 2020
Today, we examine arts and culture from a hyper-local perspective. yes. We are joining in with Long Beach Gives – a unique fund raising strategy for non profits within the City of Long Beach. California’s 7th Largest City is a municipalty where its citizens are exceedingly engaged civically. Whatever your advocacy, there’s a non profit for it.
So for one day, all day, under the umbrella of Long Beach Gives, the entire city can make financial support to the non profit of thier choice. At Beach City Radio, we support the Arts Council for Long Beach. Our President and General Manager Gregory Johnson serves on the Board of Directors as Treasurer for the Arts Council for Long Beach. ” The Arts Council is a tremendous resource to the arts community in the city”, said Mr. Johnson. “This advocacy for the arts is essential to the character and essence of our City.
In this particular Coffee Conversation we are discussing arts from an African American perspective. Executive Director Griselda Suarez joins us and introduces a panel of African American artists who are part of the Arts Council Professional Fellows Program. Dr. Anna B. Scott is a dancer and performing arts processional. Kip Kahlia is an accomplished guitarist having played and toured with Reggae Bands across the globe and now involved in multi lingual world music presentations. Sunni is a board member of OCEANLB.Org… MArtin Etem is an internationally renowned sculptor and social justice advocate. It was an incredible conversation.
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