8 posts tagged NYC
Today I performed at the Black Male Re-Imagined II event in NYC. Other speakers included Trayvon Martin’s mother Sybrina Fulton, Global Grind’s Michael Skolnick, former Republican National Committee Chair Michael Steele, hip hop artist and activist Jasiri X and many more.
You can see lots of vides on the Fora.TV website.
My #nyc #taxi driver is also making a #documentary film about the disabled in #pakistan. Because NYC is the greatest
Emboldened by #hurricane #sandy, garbage bags challenge automobiles for control of #NYC’s #roadways. #frankentunde
COUNTERCULTURE is a topical interview show hosted by Kweli Washington that values cosmopolitanism, thoughtful dialogue and soul. Guests on the show are thought leaders and newsmakers with a rich perspective on the culture in which we live. This week we interviewed comedian, tech evangelist, and political commentator, Baratunde Thurston about Twitter, the economy, the Presidential race, his hair and why he gave up on the NFL football for premiership soccer.
This Monday, I’m part of a stellar lineup of political comics (Lee Camp, Negin Farsad, Myq Kaplan) on an NYC show called Laughing Liberally. Tickets are $20 and completely worth it. However, I’m giving away two comp tickets for my How To Be Black fam.
How can you earn these free tickets?
Submit a photo of my book, How To Be Black, in the most American setting you can create.
This might mean you wrap the book in an American flag or photoshop the book cover dropping bombs on brown people or take the hardcover and deep fry it. Use your imagination!
You submit your photo to this blog (add text “nyc giveaway” to the caption), post your image to the book’s Facebook page, or if you’re stuck in the 20th century, email firstname.lastname@example.org (yes, that is a plus sign).
Deadline for submissions: NOON eastern time Monday 2 July 2012
I will select two winners, and those winners can bring one additional person, aka a date, if they so choose. See, I also support love (or kidnapping camouflaged as love).
SAVE THE DATE - JUNE 13
Oh boy, this month’s REAL CHARACTERS show at McNally Jackson is crazy packed with talented writers and performers. Come out to see readings and stories by:
Steve Guttenberg (actor, author of The Guttenberg Bible)
Dave Hill (This American Life, author of Tasteful Nudes)
Baratunde Thurston (The Onion, author of How to Be Black)
David Crabb (The RISK podcast, Bad Kid)
Joanne Solomon (The Moth, De La Guarda)
Hosted by Andy Ross. Produced by Ann Marie Lonsdale.
June 13th at 7pm
McNally Jackson Books
52 Prince Street in SoHo
What happens when Neal Brennan (comedian and co-creator of Chappelle’s Show) gets caught with a copy of How To Be Black in the NYC subway? BLACK PEOPLE INVESTIGATE!