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Harold is Pete O'Neal's nephew and son of Brian and Mafutari O'Neal. He is an accomplished musician and heads the Harold O'Neal quartet. He has recorded and performed with various musicians including Wynton Marsalis and Greg Osby!
Kansas City Premier of
Charlotte with daughter AnnWood, Dr. Paul Magnarella, (Brother Pete's dedicated lawyer), sister in law, Mafutari Swai O'Neal and friends at the premier!
Baseball legend, Mr. Buck O'Neil, celebrates at the gala with Sister Jackie Brown of the Djembe Kaan African Drummers and Charlotte
The ideas and actions of
are examined in two free, public presentations at Johnson County Community College.
|The Revolutionary Vision Lives
7pm March 23, Polsky Theatre
This evening encompasses a short one-act play, A Panther Kind of Man, by Laura Patridge, about Pete O'Neal, founder of the Kansas City Chapter of the Black Panther Party, and Charlotte Hill O'Neal, his wife; storytelling by Charlotte Hill O'Neal herself; poetry by Laura Partridge; and a performance by Jali Kunda, the Africa Drum and Dance Troupe from Genesis School, Kansas City, MO.
|American Revolutionaries in the
11a.m. March 24, Craig Community Auditorium
This panel discussion brings together Charlotte Hill O'Neal; Nelson Peery, author of Black Fire: the Making of an American Revolutionary; and Vernon Bellecourt, a principal spokesman for the American Indian Movement, to discuss social responsibility and justice.
Both events were sponsored by: JCCC's Diversity Committe, Student Life and Leadership Development and Professors Danny Alexander, James Leiker and Carmaletta Williams
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