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Produced by Gabriel Tolliver Herbal traditions have historically been a part of African tradition. MONDO BLACK traveled to visit practitioner and educator Ekere Tallie in Queens to discover the roots of herbal healing in the ‘hood.08.22.11 BLACK ROOTS BLOG
MARIAHADESSA EKERE TALLIE, HERBALIST Often the phrase “working roots” has conjured up (no pun intended) images of hoodoo witch doctors or voodoo priestesses, using spells, hexes, charms, and the like. But at MONDO BLACK, we were excited to sit down with a real-life urban healer, herbalist, nature activist and root-worker …08.14.11 Black Earth Episode 7
In this episode of the exploratory series, Mondo Black brings viewers on to the soil of a remarkable farm that provides better food, education while rebuilding the environment and the quality of life in the often overlooked East New York section of Brooklyn.08.09.11 BLACK QUEER & BEYOND EPISODE 6
Produced by Gabriel Tolliver MONDO BLACK gets up close and personal with Jomama Jones, “more diva starlet than drag queen”– and visits with award-winning poet, writer, performer and actress Pamela Sneed to discuss international activism, gender identification, and the written and spoken word.08.05.11 BLACK ARTS P.2 EPISODE 5
Produced by Gabriel Tolliver MONDO BLACK went on the road to visit with some of today’s vibrant artistsmixing movement, music and media – and re-inventing “black art identity” alongthe way. We call this episode MONDO BLACK: “We Like The Way We Move.”First MONDO BLACK hooked up with composer/choreographer Grisha Coleman …