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Celeste Bateman & Associates LLC

HQ Phone: (973) 705-8253

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Celeste Bateman & Associates LLC

P.O. Box 4071

Newark, New Jersey 07114

United States

Company Description

Celeste Bateman & Associates (CB&A) provides public relations and special events management for the business and non-profit communities; arts management services for small and emerging arts organizations, and our most recent initiative, THE NIA NETWORK ~ ... more

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Affiliations

Founder
Loft

Web References (26 Total References)


CB's Bio - CELESTE BATEMAN & ASSOCIATES

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Amiri & Amina Baraka


CB's Bio - CELESTE BATEMAN & ASSOCIATES

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Amiri & Amina Baraka


In 1966, when the BARTS was ...

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In 1966, when the BARTS was dissolved, Baraka returned to Newark, his hometown and set up with his new bride, Amina Baraka, (who was a founder of Newark's "Loft" a local venue of contemporary art), Spirit House and the Spirit House Movers, which brought drama, music and poetry from across the country.


Amiri Baraka: Living Legend

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In 1966, when the BARTS was dissolved, Baraka returned to Newark, his hometown and set up with his new bride, Amina Baraka, (who was a founder of Newark's "Loft" a local venue of contemporary art), Spirit House and the Spirit House Movers, which brought drama, music and poetry from across the country.


Amiri Baraka, Poet and Playwright | Association for Black Culture Centers (ABCC)

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In 1966, when the BARTS was dissolved, Baraka returned to Newark, his hometown and set up with his new bride, Amina Baraka, (who was a founder of Newark's "Loft" a local venue of contemporary art), Spirit House and the Spirit House Movers, which brought drama, music and poetry from across the country.

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