Tag: Steward

Proof positive

Terrance Gilbert combated the stigma of HIV by turning his camera on himself HIV?IN?FOCUS | Gilbert’s photo essay is part of a series by queer black artsis. (Arnold Wayne Jones/Dallas Voice) RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer...

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Marlon Riggs Film Festival continues this weekend

Back in black Filmmaker Marlon Riggs changed the face of black gay America with his monumental film Tongues Untied. The 1989 documentary was controversial, but his legacy endured. Two decades later, the Fahari Arts Institute...

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All THIS, THAT and the OTHER

SPOKEN WORD | As the artistic director of Fahari, Harold Steward helps celebrate the queer-identified black arts community of Dallas with monthly programming like the spoken word event Queerly Speaking. (Tammye Nash, Dallas...

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Rogue Air Steward Burglarized

Steven Slater, the former JetBlue flight attendant who quit his job in dramatic style, has suffered a burglary — and his partner’s brother is accused of the crime. Advocate.com: Daily...

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Fahari Arts Institute tells the Bull Jeans story

Fahari introduces you to Miss Bull Jeans Harold J. Steward directs Q-Roc Ragsdale in this one-woman multi-media show about Bull Jeans and her life in the rural South of the 1920s. Her story of survival, love and lesbianism is...

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