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Live Apart? – Apartheid Art by Big Regimental Oneton

March 27, 2011


  Big Regimental Oneton dropped a heavy piece a few weeks back. It is piece that speaks for itself. This one is natural, humane and wholesome. In essence, it drops a human touch to what is going on in another part of the world we all collectively may not be able to simply understand. How […]

Artists Against Apartheid 15 hits Montreal with Rhythm and Word.

March 17, 2011


Sunday March 13th, 2011 was the fifteenth edition of Tadamon‘s! Artists Against Apartheid concert series. In essence, fifteen is a fantastic number; it is not fourteen and it is not sixteen. Fifteen is a number that stands on its own and for those new to the series it is rather undeniable that they have missed […]

Montreal brings Graffiti Art to Senegal – 2M Graff International Festival

March 12, 2011


Africa…Africa: beautiful, motherland, exotic, lush, hungry, educated, walking, exploited, hurt, neglected, raped, diverse. Africa is a undeniably a continent with its very own history and each side of its landscape has a different account to relate. The cultures of this continent are breathtaking yet diverse from East Africa to North Africa…South Africa to West Africa. […]

Ghadafi, Frantz Fanon and Marcus Garvey: Visions for Africa

March 6, 2011


Africa…Africa: beautiful, motherland, hungry, educated, walking, exploited, hurt, neglected, diverse. There have been many visions for Africa over the past six centuries and if one were to pop in Nas and Damian Marley‘s latest album, one may hear and listen to so many things said and told about a continent pillaged over and over again […]

Ghadafi’s Boombox: Usher, Beyonce, Mariah Carey and Nelly Furtado

March 1, 2011


Oil and Gas. Blood diamonds and cocaine. In essence, the list goes on from underground black market small weapons to WMDs. There is no denying that numerous multinationals are guilty when it comes to their dealings with dictators, some of whom were either installed by meticulous planning on the part of both the United and […]