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Mon, Jan 16


Sankofa Video, Books, Café

Nineveh: A Conflict Over Water Pre-Order Release Event with Kymone Freeman

Experience a place called Nineveh in this pre-order event with author, Papi Kymone Freeman.

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Nineveh: A Conflict Over Water Pre-Order Release Event with Kymone Freeman
Nineveh: A Conflict Over Water Pre-Order Release Event with Kymone Freeman

Time & Location

Jan 16, 2023, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Sankofa Video, Books, Café, 2714 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, USA


About The Event

About Nineveh: A Conflict Over Water

Wet  areas got wetter and dry areas got drier. The rich got richer, and the  poor got poorer. And they all met in Nineveh. A massive global drought  combined with an epic contamination of the world’s limited fresh water  supply combined with the privatization of the remaining unpolluted  aquifers has created a crisis of biblical proportions. As a result,  water has been priced beyond the affordability of the masses, forcing  them to collect rainwater which constitutes the new contraband. With a  mind-altering drug introduced into the limited public supply, there were  few resisters that dared to defy the ultimate fascist system.

The  Resistance is led by Ndbele, a gifted teacher and sage. His daughter  Evolon is his greatest warrior, and Bethlehem is his most trusted ally.  Nineveh is ruled ruthlessly by Nimrod, the head of the Global Water  Corporation. With Canaan, the leader of his Security Forces, he has a  complete stranglehold on the world’s water market. He has only one  weakness, his nymphomaniac son Saisir.

About the Author

Kymone is a writer, activist, and entrepreneur.  He first authored a collection of poetry entitled Blood.Sweat.Tears, going on to become an award-winning playwright with multiple productions to his credit: Patriotic Treason: The Story of John Brown, Prison Poetry, ABMIT: Whites Only, and The Night Michael Jackson Died. In 2011, he co-founded We Act Radio, Washington DC's independent progressive radio station and TV studio.  In 2017, Kymone won the Public Media Journalists Association Award for his commentary in the radio documentary Anacostia Unmapped.  He has published articles in The Washington Post and Ebony Magazine.   Kymone's activism has been part of international delegations to Cuba,  Kenya, Ghana, and Venezuela. His early legacy in community-based global  activism has warranted him to be the subject of a chapter in the book Beat of a Different Drum: The Untold Stories of African Americans Forging Their Own Paths in Work and Life.; and the PBS Online Film Festival short film Fresh Prince of Anacostia.


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