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Author: jamika ajalon + fork burke

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Circuit Gaze is all about radical convergence-- we connect narratives across borders in order to nurture each others agency.
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Creatives Camille Rich, (poet,curator,educator)  and David Barnes, (poet &founder of spoken word Paris) are in conversations about the Parisian anglophone  spoken word scene from its  raw beginnings,   its present becomings and worldwide reach .   They dialogue about the importance of having a haven to share and develop ones craft as well as connect and build something absolutely essential...  A www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon
She Knows

She Knows

2020-08-1352:02

In this episode of Circuit Gaze Fork Burke and Director Producer Thomai Hatsios open each other`s portals of vision  Spirit Sisters Living the Cut-Up - Birthing Direct AimCircuit Gaze: episode 9A www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon 
In this episode of Circuit gaze we speak with Wayne Myers and Shinri T. Scott about the legendary Basha House, (hackney wick London) where a motley crew of  misfit musicians, artist got together and made that kinda magic that transcends time.  For Shinri & Wayne's playlist go to the blog page on : www.lpressl.com or see belowWayne & Shinri’s  Basha House PlaylistAlero :  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKNJ_hn57rRWAfVooVRmpcgKatus Young :  https://www.youtube.com/user/katusyoung/featured and Dahu : https://www.youtube.com/user/mumagiYogan : https://soundcloud.com/yogiguitar Byron Biroli :  https://www.youtube.com/user/ByronBiroliFilms/videosEdward Evershed @ basha:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zDVGr63gKcWayne @ basha:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1-3rzBEiqQRenbusy: https://renu-holykutirecords.bandcamp.com/Kevin Davy: https://soundcloud.com/kevinstrumpet Siemy's  https://www.youtube.com/user/adinguidi/featured & https://www.siemydi.com/music/ Alero :  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKNJ_hn57rRWAfVooVRmpcgKatus Young :  https://www.youtube.com/user/katusyoung/featured and Dahu : https://www.youtube.com/user/mumagiYogan : https://soundcloud.com/yogiguitar Byron Biroli :  https://www.youtube.com/user/ByronBiroliFilms/videosEdward Evershed @ basha:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9zDVGr63gKcWayne @ basha:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T1-3rzBEiqQA www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon
Given the signs of the times Jamika & Fork converse around the worldwide protest against police brutality, the power of voice and language, lens shifting words and...source.Circuit Gaze: episode 7A www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon 
In this 6th episode of Circuit Gaze we are in Conversation with punk Win Harms of Rough Night Press about  her publishing company,  breaking away from the “white boys club” , living poetically, and what led her to this path and work in Amsterdam.Circuit Gaze: episode 6More info on her band & rough night press  here This episode hosted by jamika ajalonA www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon 
Without Permision

Without Permision

2020-04-1628:55

In this episode we are in  conversation with visionary Lesley-Ann Brown,  author of Decolonial Daughter: Letters from a Black Woman to her European Son and founder of Bandit Queen Press - In this episode we do the work while discussing the work - non-separation - motherhood - writing - publishing and vision informed purpose.Link for Lesley-Ann Brown :  www.blackgirlonmars.com  & for more info on her book:  https://www.lpressl.com/artists-4This is a  www.lpressl.com productionProducer & Hosts : jamika ajalon & fork burkeEditor/Narrator: jamika ajalon 
In this episode of circuit gaze we  are in convo with Malik Ameer Crumpler, about the myths and realities of living in France as a Black American, his book of raps Beneath the UnderGround, and  give you a preview of his very soon to be released collaboration with South African artist Zito Mowa.host for this segment: jamika ajalonCircuit Gaze is a produced via the publishing site with a symbol for a name at www.lpressl.com Hosts/Producers:  Jamika Ajalon & Fork BurkeSound Design/Edit  & Narration Jamika Ajalon
On this episode of circuit gaze we will be pulling from the archives, so to speak,  presenting clips of a conversation with Pamela Sneed, centered around her courageous memoir “Sweet Dreams” published in 2018.   Here we get into the importance of narratives that reflect the lives of the QTPOC,  and more specifically the stories of black queer women, the  genre bending aspects of her book, and being seen.this episode hosted: jamika ajalonCircuit Gaze is a produced via the publishing site with a symbol for a name at www.lpressl.com Hosts/Producers:  Jamika Ajalon & Fork BurkeSound Design/Edit  & Narration Jamika Ajalon
In this second half Nancy and I discuss her last days in Amerikkka, badass women of color,  her return to France and  what happened the day of her arrest .   (see description in part one for more background)for more information about topics in this podcast and lpressl.com  go herethis segment hosted by: jamika ajalonCircuit Gaze is a produced via the publishing site with a symbol for a name at www.lpressl.com Hosts/Producers:  Jamika Ajalon & Fork BurkeSound Design/Edit  & Narration Jamika Ajalon
 In conversation with  Nancy,  a young queer WOC,  francophone,  who is currently awaiting the results of a judiciary   decision.   Police arrested her for allegedly breaking the 'l'outrage' law, against expressing contempt to an police officer, after her attendance at a gillet noir protest.   Her arrest, unfortunately, is far from an anomaly when comes to POC  in France, (disproportionately) . What's also important about her story is her road to politicization, which included her time in the states during some of the most turbulent years in recent US history : between 2014 (which saw the Ferguson riots and the birth of the Black Lives Matter movement) until  2017,  one year after the (non)election of the 45th US president .   In this first part we  learn about her arrest in Paris but also discuss her time spent in America. for more information about topics in this podcast and lpressl.com  go herethis segment hosted by: jamika ajaonCircuit Gaze is a produced via the publishing site with a symbol for a name at www.lpressl.com Hosts/Producers:  Jamika Ajalon & Fork BurkeSound Design/Edit  & Narration Jamika Ajalon
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