i am Naija through and through. Naija born. i am queer or same-gender-loving. i am an artist, filmmaker, performer and organizer. i am gender non-conforming.
i am free and the light!

feel free to ask me a question or submit some inspiring materials (naijaboi.tumblr.com/submit)

peace seyi!


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Jul 7, 2014
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2014 3 12 Brother to Brother, Sister to Sister A series celebrating the works of LGBT artists Seyi Adebanjo from seyi adebanjo on Vimeo.

Institute of African American Affairs New York University presents Brother to Brother, Sister to Sister A series celebrating the works of LGBT artists Spring 2014
seyi adebanjo
c. riley snorton
james earl hardy
q-roc ragsdale

Moderated by Angelique V. Nixon
Space is limited. RSVP for March 12 program at 212-998-IAAA (4222)
come out and support

Brother to Brother, Sister to Sister: A series celebrating the works
of LGBT artists
ABOUT THE SERIES
IAAA-NYU presents a semester-long series of lectures, poetry readings,
and film screenings with key figures, as well as emerging stars, of
the LGBT intelligentsia. At a time when LGBT issues are openly being
considered in mainstream consciousness, it prompts us to rethink the
boundaries and conceptual paradigms surrounding the production of
cultural knowledge from the perspectives of LGBT artists, scholars and
activists. These conversations will be an exploration into the many
LGBT narratives that examine and reveal perceptions, attitudes,
continuous negotiations or renegotiations, and creative systems of
survival.


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Jul 4, 2014
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Ọya: Something Happened on the Way to West Africa »

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Jul 3, 2014
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BRONX RISING Presents Women & Drum Festival Saturday July 19th 2014 , 4-8:30pm. Produced by the Bronx Music Heritage Center & The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts

@7pm - Excerpt Screening of my documentary Ọya: Something Happened on the Way to West Africa followed by a Q&A with director and Bronx filmmaker Seyi Adebanjo.

BMHC Lab, 1303 Louis Niñé Blvd. Bronx NY

Free ($5 sug. donation)

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https://www.facebook.com/pages/%E1%BB%8Cya-Something-Happened-on-the-Way-to-West-Africa/247111408831662

BRONX RISING Presents Women & Drum Festival Saturday July 19th 2014 , 4-8:30pm. Produced by the Bronx Music Heritage Center & The Duke Ellington Center for the Arts

@7pm - Excerpt Screening of my documentary Ọya: Something Happened on the Way to West Africa followed by a Q&A with director and Bronx filmmaker Seyi Adebanjo.

BMHC Lab, 1303 Louis Niñé Blvd. Bronx NY

Free ($5 sug. donation)

Like My Page

https://www.facebook.com/pages/%E1%BB%8Cya-Something-Happened-on-the-Way-to-West-Africa/247111408831662


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Jul 3, 2014
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Pepe Julian Onziema Ugandan Queer Activist w John Oliver. Great interview and good research on the show.


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Jul 2, 2014
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bronxdoc:

Call for entries: Bronx Documentary Photographers Group Show
Deadline: Friday, July 25th, 11:59pm 2014
Guest Curator: Sandra Stevenson, New York Times photo editor and BDC board chairperson will curate the exhibition.
What are the issues and forces that shape the Bronx? In September, 2014 the Bronx Documentary Center will exhibit a group show featuring Bronx-based documentary photographers and photojournalists answering this question.This exhibition will display the depth, range and passion of socially engaged documentarians covering our borough. 
Eligibility: Bronx-based documentary photographers and photojournalists. 
Submission Guidelines: Submit up to 15 images via wetransfer only to: info@bronxdoc.org. Each image file should be 1-2mb.  Please zip any folders.All images must have applicants name in the title along with full caption information.

bronxdoc:

Call for entries: Bronx Documentary Photographers Group Show

Deadline: Friday, July 25th, 11:59pm 2014

Guest Curator: Sandra Stevenson, New York Times photo editor and BDC board chairperson will curate the exhibition.

What are the issues and forces that shape the Bronx? In September, 2014 the Bronx Documentary Center will exhibit a group show featuring Bronx-based documentary photographers and photojournalists answering this question.This exhibition will display the depth, range and passion of socially engaged documentarians covering our borough. 

Eligibility: Bronx-based documentary photographers and photojournalists. 

Submission Guidelines: Submit up to 15 images via wetransfer only to: info@bronxdoc.org. Each image file should be 1-2mb.  Please zip any folders.All images must have applicants name in the title along with full caption information.


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Jun 29, 2014
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afirmtio 

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Jun 25, 2014
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Infographic: What Your Poop Is Telling You »


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Jun 23, 2014
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mrchanginglives:

#hakunamatata #jeanclervil (at www.mrchanginglives.com)

mrchanginglives:

#hakunamatata #jeanclervil (at www.mrchanginglives.com)

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Jun 21, 2014
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vic-vicious:

If Black People Said The Stuff White People Say

OK, the internet has just won everything. i have nothing left to fucking say. just watch this please and get right.

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Jun 21, 2014
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phatphemme:

sharing this from twitter: 

kokumo kinetic (@KOKUMOMEDIAINC) is missing! she was last seen in the baltimore area after her show there. her parents are very worried and ask that we help to get the word out and also contact them at the numbers listed below.

773-787-9043 — sandra baker

404-908-6983 — eye hamee

UPDATE: 

LAST SEEN AT MOTEL 6 

110 W NORTH AVE
BALTIMORE, MD

THURSDAY
JUNE 19, 2014 

REPORTED APPEARING CONFUSED 

CONTACT : BTMI 1.855.255.8636 ext 51

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