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Devine Carama; Marjorie Guyon and Barry Darnell Burton

Devine Carama; Marjorie Guyon and Barry Darnell Burton

Host Renee Shaw speaks with hip hop artist and activist Devine Carama about his social justice and charity work. Then, Renee speaks with artist Marjorie Guyon and Barry Darnell Burton about renewed interest in the I Was Here project that pays tribute to Blacks bought and sold at a Lexington slave auction block.
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Fighting Racism Through Music, Art, and Community Service

Art in all its forms can entertain, inspire, captivate, and enlighten. Lexington hip hop performer Devine Carama and visual artist Marjorie Guyon hope art can also be a catalyst for change.

Carama started writing rhymes as a teenager in the early 1990s, when hip hop artists like Common, Tupac Shakur, and Lauryn Hill started to find commercial success. Carama says that was a golden era for the genre.

“Hip hop was designed to be a voice for the voiceless,” he says. “So I’m always thinking how can I create music that inspires community, brings people together, but also speaks for those who may not have a voice in the mainstream.”

In his music, Carama explores a range of topics from social issues to spirituality. He’s also paid tribute to the local Black men who inspired him. He says Black males are too often vilified, unless they are musicians or athletes. But Carama says he wanted to honor the unsung heroes upon whose shoulders he stands.

From that inspiration, Carama has branched out from his music into a range of community service projects, including coat collection drives, mentoring programs, tutoring initiatives, and even a campaign to send bottled water to the residents of Flint, Mich. He also is the director of a Lexington non-profit called Believing in Forever, which empowers youth to take on leadership roles in their communities. Carama says he wants to create opportunities that will unify young people and awaken them to the realities of the world today.

“They know they’re struggling, they know their parents are struggling, but do they know why?” he asks. “Do they know the systems that are in place? So I think that’s where I’ve found my comfort zone and playing my part.”

Earlier this year, in the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton named Carama to a 70-member commission on racial justice and equality, which is charged with finding ways to eradicate systemic racism in Fayette County. Carama says the group is devoting hours to exploring issues around education, housing, law enforcement, equity, and inclusion.

“I think it’s going to be fruitful,” Carama says. “The recommendations we’re going to bring to the mayor and the [city] council are going to be some things that could have lasting impacts on Lexington moving forward.”

Beyond the formal goals of the commission, Carama says he wants to serve as a bridge between young people and community elders. He says the older generation has valuable wisdom to share, while the younger generations supply needed energy.

“With the advent of social media, they have a platform for their voice. They want to be involved, they want to be engaged,” he says. “Our generation has to stop speaking for young people and create platforms for them to speak for themselves.”

Carama’s activism has taken on additional meaning after the death of his 18-year-old daughter in a car accident earlier this year. He describes Kamaria Spaulding as a bright, intelligent, strong-willed young woman who would have been a future leader.

“I take it upon me to continue her legacy in the work that I do,” Carama says. “I know she is with me.”

Public Art Project Encourages Reflection on the Legacy of Slavery

In 2019 visual artist Marjorie Guyon applied her talents to creating a public art project called I Was Here, which featured ethereal images of men, women, and children printed on translucent window shades that were hung in downtown Lexington businesses. Guyon called the images “ancestor spirit portraits” and says they memorialized the thousands of Black Americans who were sold at a 19th-century slave auction block called Cheapside.

“What art really does in the end is shift the spirit… So really, what I’m trying to do is shift the spirit of the country,” says Guyon. “We’re trying to say this is how to see a people: powerful, beautiful, dignified, holy, and to make that so indigenous to your sight…. that our sense of who we are to each other begins to shift.”

I Was Here debuted in Lexington in October 2018 and has since expanded to downtown Winchester. In 2019, the project won an Award of Excellence from the American Association for State and Local History. That recognition has fostered collaborations with historians to create similar exhibits in other cities across the nation and around the world where crimes against humanity occurred.

“Many, many historians are interested in creating a new future out of what is really a very broken past,” says Guyon.

The project continues to grow locally as well. Guyana says the Lexington Public Library, Lexington Children’s Theatre, and the local Junior League are collaborating to create a historic walking tour for school students based around 21 spirit portraits.

“This is a humanities lesson on the street,” says Guyon.

Barry Darnell Burton served as one of the models for the portraits. He says it’s time for Americans to examine the festering wounds left by slavery.

“I Was Here is a way to soften the blow of the racial tension in America,” says Burton. “I Was Here is a way to make Black people realize that every white person is not out to get them, and to make white people realize that every Black person is not a criminal. We are one people.”

Through I Was Here, Burton hopes people can stop seeing one another as a threat. Otherwise, he says the nation will explode from unresolved racial tensions. But that kind of reconciliation won’t be easy, according to Burton. He argues that those in power try to keep lower-class people divided against each another. As long as Americans are divided, the nation will be divided, he says.

Even as the project expands, Guyon hopes it will continue to inspire people to consider age-old problems like racism and slavery in new ways.

“How can we bring this kind of layered, synthesized thinking into the regular public realm? That’s what’s most interesting to me,” she says. “We have to find a way to bring the most magical kind of thinking to our regular population.”

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Tiffany Manuel - Affordable Housing - S13 E42

  • Friday January 14, 2022 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Shining a Spotlight on Epilepsy - S13 E35

  • Thursday January 13, 2022 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Criminal Justice Reform - Cherise Fanno Burdeen - S13 E34

  • Wednesday January 12, 2022 10:29 pm ET on KETKY
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Dr. Donna Grigsby - S13 E28

  • Tuesday January 11, 2022 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Kosair Charities Face It Movement; Terry Brooks - S13 E25

  • Monday January 10, 2022 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Sec. Eric Friedlander - Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services - S17 E16

  • Sunday January 16, 2022 8:00 am ET on KETKY
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Child Marriage Laws in Kentucky - Donna Pollard - S13 E24

  • Friday January 7, 2022 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Remembering Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - S13 E23

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Educational Innovation - S13 E21

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Gerald Smith - S13 E20

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DV8 Kitchen - S13 E17

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Elizabeth Helm-Frazier - S16 E39

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Caroline Randall Williams - S16 E13

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Silas House - S13 E16

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Sexual Harassment Issues - Consultant Rus Funk - S13 E14

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Good Samaritans - Surgery on Sunday; Bluegrass Families First and One Parent Scholar House - S13 E12

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Health Issues - Sen. Julie Raque Adams and Rep. Addia Wuchner - S13 E10

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Youth Mental Health and Suicide Prevention - S13 E8

  • Monday December 27, 2021 10:30 pm ET on KETKY
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Season 16 Episodes

Filmmaker Elizabeth Helm-Frazier

S16 E37 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 8.1.21

Early Childhood Development Initiatives in Louisville

S16 E36 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 7.25.21

Kathy Werking and Jim Embry

S16 E35 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 7.17.21

Kentucky Public Health Commissioner Dr. Steven Stack

S16 E34 Length 27:41 Premiere Date 7.11.21

Boone Co. Judge Executive Gary Moore

S16 E33 Length 28:03 Premiere Date 6.26.21

The Demands and Rewards of Fatherhood

S16 E32 Length 26:31 Premiere Date 6.20.21

Psychologist Julie Cerel

S16 E31 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 6.13.21

Restaurateur and Chef Ouita Michel

S16 E30 Length 27:56 Premiere Date 6.6.21

Sarah Taylor Vanover - Early Childhood Education

S16 E29 Length 27:32 Premiere Date 5.16.21

A Conversation with U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell

S16 E28 Length 28:21 Premiere Date 5.9.21

Cynthia Knapek of Louisville Leadership Center

S16 E27 Length 27:35 Premiere Date 5.1.21

Vaccine Equity and Hesitancy

S16 E26 Length 28:22 Premiere Date 4.24.21

State Treasurer Allison Ball and Sharon Price

S16 E25 Length 28:31 Premiere Date 4.18.21

Chef and Activist Dan Wu

S16 E24 Length 27:52 Premiere Date 4.11.21

EKU Criminal Justice Professor Pete Kraska

S16 E23 Length 28:00 Premiere Date 4.3.21

The Rise of Anti-Asian Violence

S16 E22 Length 27:32 Premiere Date 3.28.21

Authors Prisha Hedau, Carly Muetterties and Maddie Shepard

S16 E21 Length 28:21 Premiere Date 3.21.21

Charles Booker

S16 E20 Length 28:27 Premiere Date 3.14.21

Mental Health and COVID-19

S16 E19 Length 28:39 Premiere Date 2.14.21

Community Activist Christopher 2X

S16 E18 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 2.7.21

Department of Veterans Affairs Commissioner Keith Jackson

S16 E17 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 1.31.21

A Mission to End Institutional Racism in Kentucky

S16 E16 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 1.24.21

Celebrating the Urban League of Lexington-Fayette County

S16 E15 Length 28:33 Premiere Date 1.17.21

Kentucky Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman

S16 E14 Length 27:06 Premiere Date 1.10.21

Caroline Randall Williams

S16 E13 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 12.20.20

Amy Luttrell and Adria Johnson

S16 E12 Length 28:12 Premiere Date 12.13.20

Kentucky Education Commissioner Jason Glass

S16 E11 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 11.22.20

Louisville Metro Police Interim Chief Yvette Gentry

S16 E10 Length 28:11 Premiere Date 11.15.20

Jecorey Arthur and Quintez Brown

S16 E9 Length 27:31 Premiere Date 11.8.20

Terrance Sullivan

S16 E8 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 11.1.20

2020 Election Preview with Colmon Elridge and Tres Watson

S16 E7 Length 28:02 Premiere Date 10.25.20

Beth Howard and Michael Harrington; Devine Carama

S16 E6 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 10.18.20

Nana Ama Aya Bullock and Muriel Harris

S16 E5 Length 28:26 Premiere Date 10.11.20

Betsy Johnson, Saundra Ardrey

S16 E4 Length 28:41 Premiere Date 10.4.20

Fabian Alvarez, Leyda Becker and Mercedes Harn

S16 E3 Length 28:06 Premiere Date 9.27.20

Devine Carama; Marjorie Guyon and Barry Darnell Burton

S16 E2 Length 28:46 Premiere Date 9.20.20

Marsha Weinstein

S16 E1 Length 28:01 Premiere Date 9.11.20

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