Phil “Pompey” Fixicio To Speak on a Post Show Panel Exploring African American and Native American Spirituality

Posted in Live Events, Media Archive, Native Americans/First Nation, United States on 2013-10-26 02:31Z by Steven

Phil “Pompey” Fixicio To Speak on a Post Show Panel Exploring African American and Native American Spirituality

Los Angeles Theater Center
514 South Spring Street
Los Angeles, California 90013
Telephone: 213.489.0994
Sunday, 2013-11-03, 15:00 PST (Local Time)

On Sunday November 3rd, in honor of the new play on the Seminole people,Ā the road weeps, the well runs dry, Phil “Pompey” Fixicio will be speaking on a post show panel at The Los Angeles Theatre Center. This panel, entitled Exploring African American and Native American Spirituality will include Rev. Dr. Cecil “Chip” Murray (USC), Phil “Pompey” Fixico (Seminole descendant), and Professor Hanay Geigomah (UCLA). The panel follows the 3:00pm performance. For tickets and information on the play, click here.
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Phil “Pompey” Fixico, Seminole Maroon Descendant, California Semiroon Mico (Nation of One), Heniha for the Wildcat/John Horse Band of the Seminoles of Texas and Old Mexico, Honorary Elder of the Muskogee Yamassee of Florida, Featured, in the Smithsonian Institution’s, book and exhibit, entitled :”indivisible”; African-Native American Lives in the Americas, Co-Founder of the Bureau of Black Indian Affairs (indianvoices), Member of the L.A. chapter of the Buffalo Soldiers and Dept. of Interior/National Park Service/ National Underground Rail Road/ Network to Freedom Private-Sector Partner ( Semiroon Historical Society).

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