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Dec. 2015 /Jan. & Feb. 2016
By Catherine Crumber
by Anthony Payton
receives an encore!
roop 491: The Adventures
of the Muddy Lions is not an afterschool special. This movie packs a
punch! Yet, it is a film the entire
family can enjoy. Writer, Director
and Producer, Praheme does a
wonderful job depicting the choice
of honoring the code of the streets
or upholding a code of honor many
of our youth face today. The film
has a relevant theme that anyone
can appreciate. Praheme shared
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soldiers who have just returned from
war, we fight a separate war daily in an attempt to
leave the war behind. Many soldiers, just like
myself, come home from war only to fight a separate internal battle, with debilitating illnesses such
as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and
depression. It was important for me to share my
story not only for myself but for those who have
fought, for those who have fallen, and for those
who continue to wage war in order for the United
States of America to continue to remain free.
Christian Author, Delores
Thornton -Airs Dirty Linen!
Author, Sandra Proto talks
about her books of poetry.