Wanda Sabir, radio host and journalist for the Bay View newspaper, among other things, has invited some of the participants in next week’s BAN7 event to be interviewed on her internet radio show, Wanda’s Picks, this Friday. You can listen live and call in to ask questions too! Please join us from 8 a.m to 8:30 a.m. Friday, September 12 to hear Charles Talib Brooks, Henry Montgomery, Jerry Elster, Carl Irons, Ernie Laszlo, and possibly others talk about their experiences in the Prison Arts Program and about their lives.
UPDATE: The interview is now available online if you missed it!
Wanda Sabir is a Bay Area activist, journalist, and creative writer—poetry and fiction. She hosts a bi-weekly radio show, publishes a monthly African Diaspora-centered calendar, and reviews film, theatre, literature and performance art via wandaspicks.com. A columnist in the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper where she is Arts Editor, she has covered the arts scene for over 25 years. She is primarily interested in art for social change. She believes artists are the true revolutionaries, their work filled with raw uninhibited passion. She co-founded MAAFASFBayArea.com; it is an on-going healing ritual for people of African Descent. Her daytime gig is teaching composition to community college students.