Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2005
Poet, actor and activist Jeanne Marie Spicuzza has been selected for inclusion on the Wall of Tolerance in the new Civil Rights Memorial Center in Montgomery, Alabama, which honors "those who are taking a personal stand against hate, injustice, and intolerance," thereby "leading the way toward a more just America." Ms. Spicuzza accepts this honor bestowed upon her by the National Campaign for Tolerance and founding chairs Morris Dees and Rosa Parks. The inaugural dedication is scheduled for October 23, 2005.
In the new foreword of her latest poetry collection, 'Beautiful Terrible & True,' Len Dacquisto writes, "Like her namesake Jeanne d' Arc, Jeanne came from humble beginnings in a small city and seeing a vision and purpose to her life, left her roots and traveled to a center of culture to marshal her forces and prepare for a long struggle against oppression, a mirror of her own struggle within."
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Jeanne Marie Spicuzza: a poet, activist, screenwriter, producer and actor, Ms. Spicuzza has performed internationally at festivals and venues like Lollapalooza, Ladyfest, Pabst Theatre and Nuyorican Poets CafÃ©. She has appeared on BBC Radio, WMSE, ROR FM Italia and others. Published in 'Poetry Motel,' 'Quill & Parchment' and 'Poets Against the War' and more, Ms. Spicuzza is currently in pre-production of two much-anticipated feature films, "Making Angels" and "Breath of God." Her short film, "Field Day," with anti-war themes, will be featured in August at the 2005 Portobello Film Festival courtesy of Filmmakers Against War.
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