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- This morning, activists, intellectuals, civic leaders, and artists will gather at BAM for the city’s largest public celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. #MartinLutherKing, Jr. 2018 marks the 32nd year of this event, but the revolutionary leader has been celebrated in the county that bears his name since the 60s. Dr. King had deep ties to New York City, and visited Brooklyn in 1963 to deliver a sermon at the historic @plymouthchurchbrooklyn in Brooklyn Heights. Here, illustrator @gelgud explores #MLK's 1963 Brooklyn address and the legacy of the church that helped give voice to the iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. #MLKinBK ✊🏿
- This morning, activists, intellectuals, civic leaders, and artists will gather at BAM for the city’s largest public celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. #MartinLutherKing, Jr. 2018 marks the 32nd year of this event, but the revolutionary leader has been celebrated in the county that bears his name since the 60s. Dr. King had deep ties to New York City, and visited Brooklyn in 1963 to deliver a sermon at the historic @plymouthchurchbrooklyn in Brooklyn Heights. Here, illustrator @gelgud explores #MLK's 1963 Brooklyn address and the legacy of the church that helped give voice to the iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. #MLKinBK ✊🏿
- This morning, activists, intellectuals, civic leaders, and artists will gather at BAM for the city’s largest public celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. #MartinLutherKing, Jr. 2018 marks the 32nd year of this event, but the revolutionary leader has been celebrated in the county that bears his name since the 60s. Dr. King had deep ties to New York City, and visited Brooklyn in 1963 to deliver a sermon at the historic @plymouthchurchbrooklyn in Brooklyn Heights. Here, illustrator @gelgud explores #MLK's 1963 Brooklyn address and the legacy of the church that helped give voice to the iconic "I Have a Dream" speech. #MLKinBK ✊🏿
- In the 32 years of our annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we have welcomed many special guests including Harry Belafonte, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Angela Davis, and close to 100,000 New Yorkers! Below is our poster from 1991 when we hosted speakers Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Gail Lumet Buckley—daughter of Lena Horne. Join us tomorrow morning (Mon, Jan 15) for this year's edition of #MLKinBK. Lobby doors open at 8am and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Poster courtesy the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive.
- In the 32 years of our annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we have welcomed many special guests including Harry Belafonte, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Angela Davis, and close to 100,000 New Yorkers! Below is our poster from 1991 when we hosted speakers Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Gail Lumet Buckley—daughter of Lena Horne. Join us tomorrow morning (Mon, Jan 15) for this year's edition of #MLKinBK. Lobby doors open at 8am and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Poster courtesy the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive.
- In the 32 years of our annual tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we have welcomed many special guests including Harry Belafonte, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Angela Davis, and close to 100,000 New Yorkers! Below is our poster from 1991 when we hosted speakers Robert Kennedy, Jr. and Gail Lumet Buckley—daughter of Lena Horne. Join us tomorrow morning (Mon, Jan 15) for this year's edition of #MLKinBK. Lobby doors open at 8am and tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Poster courtesy the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive.
- We’re so excited to announce our participation in @wethefederation’s upcoming #ArtActionDay next Sat, Jan 20! Join us at #BAMcaféLive at 9pm for a FREE concert featuring the remarkable Flor de Toloache—New York’s first and only all-female full mariachi ensemble. Doors open at 7:30, and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Can’t make it in person? No stress—we’re broadcasting the whole thing LIVE over on our Facebook page. #ArtUnitesUs #CultureKeepsBordersOpen
- We’re so excited to announce our participation in @wethefederation’s upcoming #ArtActionDay next Sat, Jan 20! Join us at #BAMcaféLive at 9pm for a FREE concert featuring the remarkable Flor de Toloache—New York’s first and only all-female full mariachi ensemble. Doors open at 7:30, and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Can’t make it in person? No stress—we’re broadcasting the whole thing LIVE over on our Facebook page. #ArtUnitesUs #CultureKeepsBordersOpen
- We’re so excited to announce our participation in @wethefederation’s upcoming #ArtActionDay next Sat, Jan 20! Join us at #BAMcaféLive at 9pm for a FREE concert featuring the remarkable Flor de Toloache—New York’s first and only all-female full mariachi ensemble. Doors open at 7:30, and seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Can’t make it in person? No stress—we’re broadcasting the whole thing LIVE over on our Facebook page. #ArtUnitesUs #CultureKeepsBordersOpen
- Good news—the @wendyssubway Reading Room will be open through Sun, Jan 28! Stop by and peruse the collection every day from 12—5pm. It’s FREE, open to the public, and featured exceptional titles from numerous international, independent, and artist-run libraries like @atlandsedge. at land’s edge is an autonomous pedagogical platform based in East and South Los Angeles that nurtures the voices of cultural producers committed to social transformation. Their pedagogical work centers around people of color, immigrants, the poor, the undocumented, the indigenous, and queer folks. at land’s edge seeks to build spaces for shared learning and develop networks for radical political imagination and solidarity. #disidentifications #undercommons #judsondance #transpoetry #genderqueerpoetry #archiveandrepertoire #joseestebanmunoz #fredmoten #sallybanes #taishapadgett #yvonnerainer #tccolbert #timtracepeterson #gabriellecivil #dianataylor @universityofminnesotapress @sputnikandfizzle @dukeuniversitypress @weslpress @mitpress @nightboatbooks @ccm.press #wsxbam
- Good news—the @wendyssubway Reading Room will be open through Sun, Jan 28! Stop by and peruse the collection every day from 12—5pm. It’s FREE, open to the public, and featured exceptional titles from numerous international, independent, and artist-run libraries like @atlandsedge. at land’s edge is an autonomous pedagogical platform based in East and South Los Angeles that nurtures the voices of cultural producers committed to social transformation. Their pedagogical work centers around people of color, immigrants, the poor, the undocumented, the indigenous, and queer folks. at land’s edge seeks to build spaces for shared learning and develop networks for radical political imagination and solidarity. #disidentifications #undercommons #judsondance #transpoetry #genderqueerpoetry #archiveandrepertoire #joseestebanmunoz #fredmoten #sallybanes #taishapadgett #yvonnerainer #tccolbert #timtracepeterson #gabriellecivil #dianataylor @universityofminnesotapress @sputnikandfizzle @dukeuniversitypress @weslpress @mitpress @nightboatbooks @ccm.press #wsxbam
- Good news—the @wendyssubway Reading Room will be open through Sun, Jan 28! Stop by and peruse the collection every day from 12—5pm. It’s FREE, open to the public, and featured exceptional titles from numerous international, independent, and artist-run libraries like @atlandsedge. at land’s edge is an autonomous pedagogical platform based in East and South Los Angeles that nurtures the voices of cultural producers committed to social transformation. Their pedagogical work centers around people of color, immigrants, the poor, the undocumented, the indigenous, and queer folks. at land’s edge seeks to build spaces for shared learning and develop networks for radical political imagination and solidarity. #disidentifications #undercommons #judsondance #transpoetry #genderqueerpoetry #archiveandrepertoire #joseestebanmunoz #fredmoten #sallybanes #taishapadgett #yvonnerainer #tccolbert #timtracepeterson #gabriellecivil #dianataylor @universityofminnesotapress @sputnikandfizzle @dukeuniversitypress @weslpress @mitpress @nightboatbooks @ccm.press #wsxbam
- A very happy birthday to the late Alvin Ailey, who would be 87 years old today! Choreographer #AlvinAiley formed his company the @alvinailey American Dance Theater in 1958. Ailey wrote in his autobiography, “The concert dance scene was basically closed to black dancers... I very much wanted to be a choreographer... and the time had come for me to make my own decisions.” His company first performed at BAM in 1968 and Ailey served as artistic director of the troupe until his death in 1989. AAADT continued to perform regularly at BAM over the years, and notably celebrated its 50th anniversary season in the Howard Gilman Opera House in 2008. Pictured: Alvin Ailey in 1960. Courtesy of Eva F. Maze/International Artists Productions via the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive
- A very happy birthday to the late Alvin Ailey, who would be 87 years old today! Choreographer #AlvinAiley formed his company the @alvinailey American Dance Theater in 1958. Ailey wrote in his autobiography, “The concert dance scene was basically closed to black dancers... I very much wanted to be a choreographer... and the time had come for me to make my own decisions.” His company first performed at BAM in 1968 and Ailey served as artistic director of the troupe until his death in 1989. AAADT continued to perform regularly at BAM over the years, and notably celebrated its 50th anniversary season in the Howard Gilman Opera House in 2008. Pictured: Alvin Ailey in 1960. Courtesy of Eva F. Maze/International Artists Productions via the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive
- A very happy birthday to the late Alvin Ailey, who would be 87 years old today! Choreographer #AlvinAiley formed his company the @alvinailey American Dance Theater in 1958. Ailey wrote in his autobiography, “The concert dance scene was basically closed to black dancers... I very much wanted to be a choreographer... and the time had come for me to make my own decisions.” His company first performed at BAM in 1968 and Ailey served as artistic director of the troupe until his death in 1989. AAADT continued to perform regularly at BAM over the years, and notably celebrated its 50th anniversary season in the Howard Gilman Opera House in 2008. Pictured: Alvin Ailey in 1960. Courtesy of Eva F. Maze/International Artists Productions via the #BAMHammArchives Leon Levy BAM Digital Archive
- Tickets to The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy, a new seminar series with BAM and Think Olio (@whatisolio), are on sale now! [link in bio] In this particular political moment when fractures in our democracy and the challenges posed to it become ever more urgent, The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy is a call to grapple with some of the compromises necessary to make democracy function as a realistic form of government—while also addressing the areas where democracy can and needs to move closer to its professed ideals.
- Tickets to The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy, a new seminar series with BAM and Think Olio (@whatisolio), are on sale now! [link in bio] In this particular political moment when fractures in our democracy and the challenges posed to it become ever more urgent, The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy is a call to grapple with some of the compromises necessary to make democracy function as a realistic form of government—while also addressing the areas where democracy can and needs to move closer to its professed ideals.
- Tickets to The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy, a new seminar series with BAM and Think Olio (@whatisolio), are on sale now! [link in bio] In this particular political moment when fractures in our democracy and the challenges posed to it become ever more urgent, The Great Experiment: Questioning Democracy is a call to grapple with some of the compromises necessary to make democracy function as a realistic form of government—while also addressing the areas where democracy can and needs to move closer to its professed ideals.
- New Year’s Day is traditionally a day on which we look back and look ahead. We consider the importance of good friends and family, and also assess what we hope to improve—in our lives, our communities, and the world. The first day of a new year always presents a fresh start in our efforts to work toward a better future. This past year has been a difficult one for so many. Global, national, and local communities have experienced natural disasters, terrible acts of violence, insecurity and fear. Indeed, there are so many people today who find themselves vulnerable. At such time, BAM reaffirms its commitment to being an open and inclusive place, one that respects multiple voices, cultures, and beliefs. Complex problems can’t be sorted out easily or immediately. What we can do is to offer our home as a place for consciousness raising and communal gathering. Whether by hearing from thought-leaders, engaging in discussion, or by exposure to a variety of artists’ perspectives on our society—expressed on film or on stage—there is strength and support in those moments when we gather knowledge and clarity. BAM is a home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. To us, adventurousness is showing compassion in the face of hate, courage in the face of adversity, and open-mindedness in the face of ignorance and uncertainty. It’s providing artistic work that both provokes and consoles, which questions preconceptions and opens our minds to ideas beyond our comfort zone or familiarity—and which provides a forum for those voices not often heard, for the widest audience we can reach. I wish you peace and happiness in 2018, and hope to see you at BAM. Katy Clark BAM President
- New Year’s Day is traditionally a day on which we look back and look ahead. We consider the importance of good friends and family, and also assess what we hope to improve—in our lives, our communities, and the world. The first day of a new year always presents a fresh start in our efforts to work toward a better future. This past year has been a difficult one for so many. Global, national, and local communities have experienced natural disasters, terrible acts of violence, insecurity and fear. Indeed, there are so many people today who find themselves vulnerable. At such time, BAM reaffirms its commitment to being an open and inclusive place, one that respects multiple voices, cultures, and beliefs. Complex problems can’t be sorted out easily or immediately. What we can do is to offer our home as a place for consciousness raising and communal gathering. Whether by hearing from thought-leaders, engaging in discussion, or by exposure to a variety of artists’ perspectives on our society—expressed on film or on stage—there is strength and support in those moments when we gather knowledge and clarity. BAM is a home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. To us, adventurousness is showing compassion in the face of hate, courage in the face of adversity, and open-mindedness in the face of ignorance and uncertainty. It’s providing artistic work that both provokes and consoles, which questions preconceptions and opens our minds to ideas beyond our comfort zone or familiarity—and which provides a forum for those voices not often heard, for the widest audience we can reach. I wish you peace and happiness in 2018, and hope to see you at BAM. Katy Clark BAM President
- New Year’s Day is traditionally a day on which we look back and look ahead. We consider the importance of good friends and family, and also assess what we hope to improve—in our lives, our communities, and the world. The first day of a new year always presents a fresh start in our efforts to work toward a better future. This past year has been a difficult one for so many. Global, national, and local communities have experienced natural disasters, terrible acts of violence, insecurity and fear. Indeed, there are so many people today who find themselves vulnerable. At such time, BAM reaffirms its commitment to being an open and inclusive place, one that respects multiple voices, cultures, and beliefs. Complex problems can’t be sorted out easily or immediately. What we can do is to offer our home as a place for consciousness raising and communal gathering. Whether by hearing from thought-leaders, engaging in discussion, or by exposure to a variety of artists’ perspectives on our society—expressed on film or on stage—there is strength and support in those moments when we gather knowledge and clarity. BAM is a home for adventurous artists, audiences, and ideas. To us, adventurousness is showing compassion in the face of hate, courage in the face of adversity, and open-mindedness in the face of ignorance and uncertainty. It’s providing artistic work that both provokes and consoles, which questions preconceptions and opens our minds to ideas beyond our comfort zone or familiarity—and which provides a forum for those voices not often heard, for the widest audience we can reach. I wish you peace and happiness in 2018, and hope to see you at BAM. Katy Clark BAM President
- The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is an independent, all-volunteer queer cultural center, bookstore, and event space hosted by the @lgbtcenternyc. Books and publications on sale at @bgsqd are by and/or of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. Peruse their collection in the #WSxBAM Reading Room through Jan 28. #JudithButler #JoséEstébanMuñoz #MashaGessen #MLamar #TimLawrence @harvardpress @uminnpress @riverheadbooks @rita.books @dukeuniversitypress
- The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is an independent, all-volunteer queer cultural center, bookstore, and event space hosted by the @lgbtcenternyc. Books and publications on sale at @bgsqd are by and/or of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. Peruse their collection in the #WSxBAM Reading Room through Jan 28. #JudithButler #JoséEstébanMuñoz #MashaGessen #MLamar #TimLawrence @harvardpress @uminnpress @riverheadbooks @rita.books @dukeuniversitypress
- The Bureau of General Services—Queer Division is an independent, all-volunteer queer cultural center, bookstore, and event space hosted by the @lgbtcenternyc. Books and publications on sale at @bgsqd are by and/or of interest to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people. Peruse their collection in the #WSxBAM Reading Room through Jan 28. #JudithButler #JoséEstébanMuñoz #MashaGessen #MLamar #TimLawrence @harvardpress @uminnpress @riverheadbooks @rita.books @dukeuniversitypress
- We're so pleased to announce that @annalouiseplease is the winner of the #BAMVoyageContest! Anna Louise will travel to Barcelona to explore Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo courtesy our friends at @Delta. There, she'll research the legacy of Spanish art and design in order to create work about conflicting creative practices between her Spanish and indigenous ancestors. Congratulations Anna Louise—and thank you to the many inspiring entrants whose provocative and adventurous spirits reminded us that, no matter how bleak it may seem at times, the world is always full of possibility. ✈️✨ #Delta
- We're so pleased to announce that @annalouiseplease is the winner of the #BAMVoyageContest! Anna Louise will travel to Barcelona to explore Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo courtesy our friends at @Delta. There, she'll research the legacy of Spanish art and design in order to create work about conflicting creative practices between her Spanish and indigenous ancestors. Congratulations Anna Louise—and thank you to the many inspiring entrants whose provocative and adventurous spirits reminded us that, no matter how bleak it may seem at times, the world is always full of possibility. ✈️✨ #Delta
- We're so pleased to announce that @annalouiseplease is the winner of the #BAMVoyageContest! Anna Louise will travel to Barcelona to explore Sagrada Familia and Casa Batllo courtesy our friends at @Delta. There, she'll research the legacy of Spanish art and design in order to create work about conflicting creative practices between her Spanish and indigenous ancestors. Congratulations Anna Louise—and thank you to the many inspiring entrants whose provocative and adventurous spirits reminded us that, no matter how bleak it may seem at times, the world is always full of possibility. ✈️✨ #Delta
- Next up in our @wendyssubway Reading Room series, we’re featuring PARMER—a curatorial platform for exhibiting, programming, and writing focused on queer and feminist strategies and post-colonial analysis. PARMER considers the potential of matrilineal relations filtered through a feminist temporality to consider how we inherit and invoke narratives and weave these into the future tense of what will have been. The library selection reflects counter-patriarchal and extra-hegemonic narratives. #WSxBAM #annagarreta #juliakristeva #audrelorde #chinamieville #ancaparvulescu #margepiercy #elizabethpovinelli #annalowenhaupttsing #deepvellumpublishing #columbiauniversitypress #crossingpress @delreybooks @mitpress #fawcettbooks @dukeuniversitypress @princetonupress @amanda.parmer
- Next up in our @wendyssubway Reading Room series, we’re featuring PARMER—a curatorial platform for exhibiting, programming, and writing focused on queer and feminist strategies and post-colonial analysis. PARMER considers the potential of matrilineal relations filtered through a feminist temporality to consider how we inherit and invoke narratives and weave these into the future tense of what will have been. The library selection reflects counter-patriarchal and extra-hegemonic narratives. #WSxBAM #annagarreta #juliakristeva #audrelorde #chinamieville #ancaparvulescu #margepiercy #elizabethpovinelli #annalowenhaupttsing #deepvellumpublishing #columbiauniversitypress #crossingpress @delreybooks @mitpress #fawcettbooks @dukeuniversitypress @princetonupress @amanda.parmer
- Next up in our @wendyssubway Reading Room series, we’re featuring PARMER—a curatorial platform for exhibiting, programming, and writing focused on queer and feminist strategies and post-colonial analysis. PARMER considers the potential of matrilineal relations filtered through a feminist temporality to consider how we inherit and invoke narratives and weave these into the future tense of what will have been. The library selection reflects counter-patriarchal and extra-hegemonic narratives. #WSxBAM #annagarreta #juliakristeva #audrelorde #chinamieville #ancaparvulescu #margepiercy #elizabethpovinelli #annalowenhaupttsing #deepvellumpublishing #columbiauniversitypress #crossingpress @delreybooks @mitpress #fawcettbooks @dukeuniversitypress @princetonupress @amanda.parmer
- In 1975, the tyrannical Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia following a brutal civil war. Over the course of the next four years the regime held power, some 1.7 million Cambodians died from starvation, disease, overwork, and genocide. The Khmer Rouge targeted intellectuals, artists, actors, and musicians as undesirables because they didn’t fit Pol Pot's image of a new #Cambodia—a country free of all outside influence and any remnant of what he considered “decadent” culture. The overall effect of this campaign against creatives was disastrous for the country's cultural landscape. By the time the Vietnamese drove the Khmer Rouge from power in 1979, most artists were dead, in exile, or too traumatized to practice their craft. Over on the #BAMblog, we partnered with illustrator @gelgud to honor five Cambodian visionaries lost during this tragic time in conjunction with Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia, coming to the #BAMNextWave this weekend on Dec 15 & 16 👉🏻 BAM.org/blog (link in bio) 🇰🇭
- In 1975, the tyrannical Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia following a brutal civil war. Over the course of the next four years the regime held power, some 1.7 million Cambodians died from starvation, disease, overwork, and genocide. The Khmer Rouge targeted intellectuals, artists, actors, and musicians as undesirables because they didn’t fit Pol Pot's image of a new #Cambodia—a country free of all outside influence and any remnant of what he considered “decadent” culture. The overall effect of this campaign against creatives was disastrous for the country's cultural landscape. By the time the Vietnamese drove the Khmer Rouge from power in 1979, most artists were dead, in exile, or too traumatized to practice their craft. Over on the #BAMblog, we partnered with illustrator @gelgud to honor five Cambodian visionaries lost during this tragic time in conjunction with Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia, coming to the #BAMNextWave this weekend on Dec 15 & 16 👉🏻 BAM.org/blog (link in bio) 🇰🇭
- In 1975, the tyrannical Khmer Rouge came to power in Cambodia following a brutal civil war. Over the course of the next four years the regime held power, some 1.7 million Cambodians died from starvation, disease, overwork, and genocide. The Khmer Rouge targeted intellectuals, artists, actors, and musicians as undesirables because they didn’t fit Pol Pot's image of a new #Cambodia—a country free of all outside influence and any remnant of what he considered “decadent” culture. The overall effect of this campaign against creatives was disastrous for the country's cultural landscape. By the time the Vietnamese drove the Khmer Rouge from power in 1979, most artists were dead, in exile, or too traumatized to practice their craft. Over on the #BAMblog, we partnered with illustrator @gelgud to honor five Cambodian visionaries lost during this tragic time in conjunction with Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia, coming to the #BAMNextWave this weekend on Dec 15 & 16 👉🏻 BAM.org/blog (link in bio) 🇰🇭
- In Farmhouse/Whorehouse (tonight—Sat at BAM Fisher), performance artist #SuzanneBocanegra enlists the talents of actress #LiliTaylor to mine her Texan upbringing and aesthetic influences to make sense of our collective subconscious. Inspired by Bocanegra’s grandparents who lived on a small farm across the road from the Chicken Ranch (aka the “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”), the artist lecture incorporates text, costumes, video projections, and a new song by @mybrightestdiamond to consider the American myth of rural utopia. Limited tix still available! 📸: @georgiaphotonyc #BAMNextWave
- In Farmhouse/Whorehouse (tonight—Sat at BAM Fisher), performance artist #SuzanneBocanegra enlists the talents of actress #LiliTaylor to mine her Texan upbringing and aesthetic influences to make sense of our collective subconscious. Inspired by Bocanegra’s grandparents who lived on a small farm across the road from the Chicken Ranch (aka the “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”), the artist lecture incorporates text, costumes, video projections, and a new song by @mybrightestdiamond to consider the American myth of rural utopia. Limited tix still available! 📸: @georgiaphotonyc #BAMNextWave
- In Farmhouse/Whorehouse (tonight—Sat at BAM Fisher), performance artist #SuzanneBocanegra enlists the talents of actress #LiliTaylor to mine her Texan upbringing and aesthetic influences to make sense of our collective subconscious. Inspired by Bocanegra’s grandparents who lived on a small farm across the road from the Chicken Ranch (aka the “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas”), the artist lecture incorporates text, costumes, video projections, and a new song by @mybrightestdiamond to consider the American myth of rural utopia. Limited tix still available! 📸: @georgiaphotonyc #BAMNextWave

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