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In his new book, Van Jones, host of the recurring primetime special The Messy Truth with Van Jones offers a passionate manifesto that exposes hypocrisy on both sides of the political divide and points a way out of the tribalism that is tearing America apart.

Join Van Jones for a conversation discussing the blueprint for transforming our collective anxiety into meaningful change.


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Writers’ LIVE: Van Jones – Beyond the Messy Truth – How We Came Apart, How We Come Together

Date & Time: Wednesday, October 18, 7 p.m.

Location: The Brown Center, Maryland Institute College of Art,
1300 West Mount Royal Ave.
Baltimore, MD  21217

Purchase a ticket

Presented by Enoch Free Press & the Maryland Institute College of Art.


In his new book, Van Jones, CNN political contributor and host of the primetime special The Messy Truth with Van Jones, offers a passionate manifesto that exposes hypocrisy on both sides of the political divide and points a way out of the tribalism that is tearing America apart. He urges both sides to abandon the politics of accusation and focus on real solutions. The book includes resources – contacts, books, media, and organizations – for bipartisan bridge-building and problem solving.

Book sales by Mahogany Books (www.mahoganybooks.com).

Admission: $25 per person, includes a copy of Beyond the Messy Truth.

 All sales are final; no refunds will be given.

For information, call 410-396-5494.

24 hour film feast w/ Pam Grier

Saturday, March 19 – Starting at 12 Noon

$5 – Screening and Talk with Actress and Author Pam Grier

See her films and talk one-on-one with iconic actress and New York Times best seller author PAM GRIER in a rare Dallas appearance at TBAAL.

FILM SCREENING

Noon – 2pm Clarence Muse Café Theatre  – “COFFY

A dedicated nurse is fed up with narcotics that have infiltrated the inner city. When her eleven-year old sister is hospitalized after shooting some contaminated heroin, Coffy (Pam Grier) hits the streets with a loaded shotgun determined to stop the drug trade once and for all. This is Grier’s first leading film role. 91 Minutes. 1973.

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Noon – 2pm | Room T-314  – “FOXY BROWN”
A sexy black woman, Foxy Brown (Pam Grier), seeks revenge when her government agent boyfriend Michael is shot down by gangsters led by kinky couple, Steve Elias and Miss Katharine. 94 Minutes. 1974.

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2-4pm | Clarence Muse Café Theatre  – “SHEBA, BABY”
A proud businessman, Sheba Shayne (Pam Grier) returns to her Louisville, Kentucky hometown to help her father who refuses to be intimidated by thugs attempting to run him out of business. While Sheba looks for the men supporting the thugs, she finds a sinister motive behind the action and solicits her former flame, Brick, to add muscle to her mission. 90 Minutes. 1975.

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2-4pm | Room T-314  – “JACKIE BROWN”
This film follows Jackie Brown (Pam Grier), a flight attendant who makes extra cash by running drugs and cash for sleazebag Ordell Robbie (Samuel L. Jackson). When Jackie sees the opportunity to make off with a large chunk of change, she begins to play everyone around her, including two detectives who are threatening her with jail time if she doesn’t rat out Ordell and a sympathetic bail bondsman (Robert Forster) who finds himself falling for Jackie. 154 Minutes. 1997.

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4 – 5:30pm – CONVERSATION WITH PAM GRIER
Grier autographs her recently released book, My Life In Three Acts, following conversations.

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HOSTED BY MARGO POSEY AND DFW DRIFTERS, INC.