On President’s Day, in Manhattan, I met with interested parties as it pertains to bringing my book, Afrika’s Struggle: His Experiential Journey to film.
Keeping in tune with Black History month, later in the afternoon, I watched I Am Not Your Negro at the Film Society of the Lincoln Center. I highly recommend everyone to see it. The documentary offers you different perspectives on James Baldwin and other contemporary luminaries of his time.
Afterward, I had dinner at Chez Josephine in Times Square. Chez Josephine was founded by one of the legendary Josephine Baker’s adopted sons. The food, the ambiance, the service, the live band music (French Jazz) and the vibes were “fantastique.”