Photo by Jason Miccolo Johnson, a nationally known award-winning documentary, editorial and fine art photographer, and author of Soul Sanctuary, the #1 Christiain photography book in America,
20 Mireille Liong-A-Kong
21 Bruce McNeil
22 Jason Miccolo Johnson
23 Camille Moseley-Pasley
Similar to our August - October 2005 issue, this edition features four creative persons. Like champion race drivers sharing their driving skills with an average commuter, these gifted photographers share their secrets in capturing perfect moments.
We feature New York-based Mireille Liong-A-Kong, and Washington-based Bruce McNeil, Jason Miccolo Johnson, and Camille Mosley-Pasley. Johnson and Mosely-Pasley have shot images that have graced our covers.
Unlike singers and dancers, photographers are too often overlooked as contributors to African culture and identities. Port of Harlem is very proud to continue our tradition of highlighting aspects of our lives that many, including ourselves, so often fail to embrace or even appreciate. I hope to see you at the next photography exhibit!
24 Love Wasn’t Suppose to Feel This Way
2 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
THE PUBLISHER’S POINT
4 Appreciating the Art of Photography
PRAISING THE PAST
5 Before Obama – Black Presidents in the Americas
THE OTHER SIDE
6 Eager to Shine
THE MIDDLE PASSAGE: A STORY OF SURVIVAL
7 My Silent Partner
8 An American Harnessing Alternative Energy in Gambia
10 More than Just a Good Eye
12 Curacao’s African Legacy
14 A Miracle from the Sun
20 What is Gluten?
25 Gluten-Free Apple Pancakes
26 Obama for Children
27 Bronx Princess, Bill Picket’s International Rodeo, Baltimore Book Festival and more
28 Bronx Princess