Sunday, June 8, 2008

Marvin X Will Perform at the San Francisco Theatre Festival

The living legend of the Black Arts Movement, Marvin X (Dr. M), will perform in the upcoming 8th Annual San Francisco Theatre Festival, along with other African American performers, including scenes from Amiri Baraka's Sisyphus Syndrome, Geoffrey Grier's The Spot and Ayodele Nzinga's Allegories of Altars, Sunday,July 27, at the Yerba Buena Gardens, 4th and Mission, San Franciso.

Dr. M will perform a free-style monologue based on his book How To Recover from the Addiction to White Supremacy. He may include a chorus from his Pan African Mental Health Peer Group. For more information, call 510-355-6339.

Dr. M's book is being used in classes at Berkeley City College and Oakland's Merritt College this semester. Peralta College Television released a video of his lecture on How To Recover from White Supremacy at Berkeley City College.

Order his book from Black Bird Press, 1222 Dwight Way, Berkeley CA 94702

The next session of the Pan African Mental Health Peer Group will be Saturday, June 21, 4pm, at 1425 Oregon Street (at Sacramento), Berkeley.

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