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Five Years Later, Still Not A Genuine Black Man

New America Media, Audio, Kevin Weston Posted: Sep 29, 2009

Editor's Note: This year is the five year anniversary of the premiere of Not A Genuine Black Man. In this 2004 interview with Kevin Weston, Brian Copeland discusses his funny and poignant one man show based upon his experiences growing up as an African American in San Leandro during the 1970s. The show has returned home to San Francisco. Click here for tickets.



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