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Salute to Jazz Artist, Dianne Reeves
Tribute to Legendary Calypso Rose
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Salute to Jazz Artist, Dianne Reeves

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Published on Nov 17th, 2014

Cultural Caravan TV presents a salute to the legendary Grammy awarding winning artist, Dianne Reeves. Dianne discusses her phenomenal career and early influences, as well as provides advice for future artists.

Tribute to Legendary Calypso Rose

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Published on Nov 17th, 2014

Cultural Caravan TV presents a tribute to the legendary trailblazer, Calypso Rose. She discusses her early influences, memorable moments, and gives advice to future artists on how they can survive and thrive in the business of entertainment.

Interview with Dr Gerald Horne

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Published on Sep 2nd, 2014

Dr. William Seraile, Professor Emeritus of African and African American Studies at Lehman College, hosts an interview with historian and author, Dr. Gerald Horne about his new provocative work entitled, The Counter Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the United States of (NYU...

Historic Harlem (Part 2) with Dr. William...

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Published on Feb 9th, 2014

Cultural Caravan TV presents Part 2 of an educational field trip to learn about historic Harlem New York City with Dr. William Seraile Professor Emeritus of African and African American studies at Lehman College (CUNY). This program is hosted by Rabin Nickens. Check out our website at for about...

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CCPTV Presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa Address

This year, marks the 49th anniversary of the Kwanzaa holiday. In celebration of this important, non-denominational holiday, Cultural Caravan TV proudly presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa address, which was made during the 48th anniversary program last December. Dr. Karenga is professor and chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach. An activist-scholar of national and international recognition, Dr. Karenga has had a far-reaching effect on Black intellectual and political culture since the 1960s.His stirring message is as timely now as it was then. We invite you to join us, especially if you're unable to make it to any of the Kwanzaa activities that will occurred throughout the city this weekend. This episode will air on Sunday, December 27, from 5:30pm to 6pm on NYC-Life Channel 25 and Channel 22. Join us!!!

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CCPTV Presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa Address

This year, marks the 49th anniversary of the Kwanzaa holiday. In celebration of this important, non-denominational holiday, Cultural Caravan TV proudly presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa address, which was made during the 48th anniversary program last December. Dr. Karenga is professor and chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach. An activist-scholar of national and international recognition, Dr. Karenga has had a far-reaching effect on Black intellectual and political culture since the 1960s.His stirring message is as timely now as it was then. We invite you to join us, especially if you're unable to make it to any of the Kwanzaa activities that will occurred throughout the city this weekend. This episode will air on Sunday, December 27, from 5:30pm to 6pm on NYC-Life Channel 25 and Channel 22. Join us!!!

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CCPTV Presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa Address

This year, marks the 49th anniversary of the Kwanzaa holiday. In celebration of this important, non-denominational holiday, Cultural Caravan TV proudly presents highlights from Dr. Karenga's annual Kwanzaa address, which was made during the 48th anniversary program last December. Dr. Karenga is professor and chair of Africana Studies at California State University, Long Beach. An activist-scholar of national and international recognition, Dr. Karenga has had a far-reaching effect on Black intellectual and political culture since the 1960s.His stirring message is as timely now as it was then. We invite you to join us, especially if you're unable to make it to any of the Kwanzaa activities that will occurred throughout the city this weekend. This episode will air on Sunday, December 27, from 5:30pm to 6pm on NYC-Life Channel 25 and Channel 22. Join us!!!

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