|Summary||Our celebration of International Women's History Month concludes with very special guest Tiki Mercury-Clarke. Tiki Mercury-Clarke is a multi-talented Canadian-born singer-pianist, storyteller, lyricist, composer and cultural historian. She has become a keeper of Afrikan ancestral wisdom, and, in harmony with tradition, a vessel for the often hard to find, authentic, African North American musical expression called jazz. Rewind of an interview with Ezili Danto of the Hatian Lawyers Leadership Network. Richmond features more spoken word songs performed by women. Gil Scott-Heron's tribute to Fannie Lou Hamer and more! Visit Norman (Otis) Richmond aka Jalali on Facebook.