Jaro Podcast

Jaro Podcast

Episode 17 - Genesis Begins Again

Host Tomeka M. Winborne interviews Alicia D. Williams, the author of Genesis Begins Again, a deeply sensitive and...

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Episode 16 - Harlem is Mine: GODFATHER OF HARLEM

Tomeka Winborne and guest host, Len Gibson, interview James Acheson, Markuann Smith, and the cast members to learn...

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Episode 15 – Ronnie and Shamari Devoe: MUSIC POWER COUPLE

Tomeka Winborne talks with Ronnie and Shamari DeVoe to learn about the joy of being new parents to twin boys; how...

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Episode 14 – Zeus Campbell: On Telling the Truth

Zeus Campbell is an actor and director, known for Hump Day Romance (2015), Great Moments in Black History (2019) and...

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EPISODE 13 - Marie Douyon: Creating Art for Self Re-Creation

The art of Marie-Denise Douyon reflects a cross-cultural identity informed by the confluence of three societies: her...

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EPISODE 12 - Kimberly Stephens: A Filmmaker's Journey

In this episode of JARO Podcast, Tomeka Winborne speaks with Indianapolis-based filmmaker Kimberly Stephens about her...

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EPISODE 11 – Carolyn Evans: The Premiere Black History Storyteller

Carolyn Evans, a professional storyteller and actress, is bridging the gap between generations by continuing the...

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EPISODE 10 – Gilbert Young: HE AIN’T HEAVY

In this episode of JARO Podcast, internationally known artist Gilbert Young and his wife, L. Winfrey Young, talk...

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EPISODE 9 – Kamichi Jackson: Author of 'K MY NAME IS KENDRA'

Kamichi Jackson is the author of the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award semi-finalist YA book, K My Name Is Kendra, and...

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EPISODE 8 – Jean-Patrick Guichard: “Art and the Senses”

Jean-Patrick Guichard was born in Brooklyn, New York but raised in Guinea, West Africa. His love of art has been...

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EPISODE 7 – The World Famous Tony Williams: R&B, Rap and Hip-Hop

Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter, Antony “Tony” Williams has become one of the most heard voices...

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EPISODE 6 - Jamil Jude: The Gift of Black Theatre and Storytelling

Jamil Jude, Artistic Director of the Kenny Leon's True Colors Theatre, is a highly accomplished director, producer,...

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EPISODE 5 – ANONYMOUS DA BAND: “Putting it Down”

Known predominately for their smooth urban jazz sound, Anonymous DaBand is a multi-talented band made up of unique...

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EPISODE 4 - Jeremiah Òlayinka Òjó: African Diaspora Artist Expression

Jeremiah Òlayinka Òjó shares his journey from taking his first leap of faith into the art and entrepreneurship. Now...

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Episode 3 - Vikki Millender-Morrow: Contributions of Artists of African Descent

After a successful 20 year corporate career, Vikki Millender- Morrow pursued her dream to make a difference in the...

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EPISODE 2 – Prince Cre McEntyre: My Life Matters “Made In His Image”

About My Life Matters, Made in His Image This story is about Nicole Gray, a well-known Professor of Psychology who...

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EPISODE 1 - Alonge Hawes: The Making of Blue Collar Hustle

Alonge Hawes and The Making of Blue Collar Hustle Alonge Hawes is an auteur residing in Stone Mountain, Georgia....

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