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    THROWBACK THURSDAY!
    WHAT'S UP FOR THE 4TH?
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls talks to men, women and children at Waterfront Park in Charleston, SC about their plans for the 4th of July.
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    SUMMERVILLE CELEBRATION
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of the annual Red, White and Blue on the Green event, held on July 4, 2017 at Gahag...
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    SHANE MORRIS 100 MILES
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Nat Sound Package of Shane Morris, who is very active in the running community in the Charleston S.C. area and also well respected, who ...
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    CALHOUN RALLY
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    DISCLAIMER/WARNING: This video contains some strong/explicit language. News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of The Charl...
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    BLUE COLLAR JOBS PT 2
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    In Blue Collar Jobs Pt 2, News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls spoke with Pressley Baker, Program Coordinator for HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Co...
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    BLUE COLLAR JOBS
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls talks with David Perkins, Industrial Maintenance Mechanics Instructor at Trident Technical College in North Charle...
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    What a Mighty Big Ship!
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Nat Sound package of largest ship coming into Charleston Port.
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    LIVING YOUR TRUTH: Conversations In Courage
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
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    SUMMERVILLE VIGIL
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of a vigil held by The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Summerville, SC put...
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    ANOTHER CHARLESTON TRAGEDY
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of yet another tragedy in Charleston, SC; this time a disgruntled former employee r...
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    Remembering the Emanuel 9
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
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    BURKE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1977 40TH REUNION
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls shines the spotlight on the Burke High School class of 1977, celebrating their 40th class reunion in Charleston, S...
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    •   Thursday, 28 September 2017
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    "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of...

    "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs and Moja Arts Festival Committee.
    Sponsored By: The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family.

    The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family presents "Sugar in the Grits", written and acted by talented up and coming playwright Vanity Reid Deterville, along with an ensemble of skilled actors.

    This compelling story told through poetry, music, dance and oral history follows a young man from a family with both Caribbean and African Heritage and deep Southern Baptist roots in Charleston, South Carolina. As he comes of age, he experiences the hardship of having his feet in two marginalized groups; the black community and the gay community. He finds strength and resilience in his Gullah/Geechee culture setting him on an incredible journey to become the person he has only dreamed of being. Thus marks the beginning of this transwoman’s remarkable trek!

    Ticket sales: Mojafestival.com, City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs 843-724-7305 or you may email ctowne90@hotmail.com for more information.
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    "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
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    •   Wednesday, 27 September 2017
    The compelling story of a young man raised by the Southern Baptist roots of Charleston, SC aka "The Holy City"; who comes from a family with both Caribbean a...
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    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of...


    "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs and Moja Arts Festival Committee.
    Sponsored By: The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family.

    The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family presents "Sugar in the Grits", written and acted by talented up and coming playwright Vanity Reid Deterville, along with an ensemble of skilled actors.

    This compelling story told through poetry, music, dance and oral history follows a young man from a family with both Caribbean and African Heritage and deep Southern Baptist roots in Charleston, South Carolina. As he comes of age, he experiences the hardship of having his feet in two marginalized groups; the black community and the gay community. He finds strength and resilience in his Gullah/Geechee culture setting him on an incredible journey to become the person he has only dreamed of being. Thus marks the beginning of this transwoman’s remarkable trek!

    Ticket sales: Mojafestival.com, City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs 843-724-7305 or you may email ctowne90@hotmail.com for more information.
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  • "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of...

    "SUGAR IN THE GRITS"
    Saturday, October 7 at 7:00pm
    Venue: Circular Congregational Church
    Address: 150 Meeting Street
    Admission: $21 Adults
    Produced By: Carlie Towne Productions and Wineglass Gullah/Geechee Productions.
    Presented By: City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs and Moja Arts Festival Committee.
    Sponsored By: The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family.

    The Gullah Geechee Angel Network and We are Family presents "Sugar in the Grits", written and acted by talented up and coming playwright Vanity Reid Deterville, along with an ensemble of skilled actors.

    This compelling story told through poetry, music, dance and oral history follows a young man from a family with both Caribbean and African Heritage and deep Southern Baptist roots in Charleston, South Carolina. As he comes of age, he experiences the hardship of having his feet in two marginalized groups; the black community and the gay community. He finds strength and resilience in his Gullah/Geechee culture setting him on an incredible journey to become the person he has only dreamed of being. Thus marks the beginning of this transwoman’s remarkable trek!

    Ticket sales: Mojafestival.com, City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs 843-724-7305 or you may email ctowne90@hotmail.com for more information.
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  • WINEGLASS GULLAH/GEECHEE PRODUCTIONS
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    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed"   
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    WINEGLASS GULLAH/GEECHEE PRODUCTIONS
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    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed"   
    Format: DVC PRO
    Director: Lesa Wineglass-Smalls   
    Camera: Montez R. Seabrook
    Producer: Jessica Willis  
    Editor: Miguel N. Brown
    Narrator/Host: Jamaal L. (Lashawn) Cabbagestalk
    Gullah/Geechee Consultant (Stateside): Queen Quet
    Gullah/Geechee Consultant (West Africa): Giovanni Richardson
    Music: De Gullah Conneckshun
    Others: Shakira Theirse

                                                                                            
                        "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" 
                                Synopsis

     "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" is a cultural journey by veteran News Photojournalist turned Documentary Filmmaker Lesa Wineglass-Smalls, as she utilizes art for social change in highlighting  the Gullah/Geechee culture (which extends from Jacksonville, North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida, includes the Sea Islands and goes inland 30 - 35 miles).

     "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" will educate and entertain ("edutain") the public about this unique culture, its language, traditions, food ways and overlooked (excluded) history as well as its connections/similarities to West African cultures/ethnicities, from a Gullah/Geechee perspective; bringing awareness to the local and global community about their existence and the history of Gullah/Geechee people,  as they continue to fight to hold onto their land and stand up for their human rights to self-determination.   

      Those to be interviewed include:

    1)  Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, founded the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition in 1996. She spoke at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland in 1999 about Gullah/Geechee human rights and land protection and in 2000 was selected, elected and enstooled as Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, the first official spokesperson for her people (which was held on Sullivan's Island, SC) to address their human rights to self-determination as well as human rights violations against her people. 

    2)  Elder Carlie Towne, former Minister of Information for the Gullah/Geechee Nation, was at the forefront of having Queen Quet elected, selected and enstooled as Chieftess of The Gullah/Geechee Nation; she is also the founder and Director of The Gullah/Geechee Angel Network. Elder Carlie Towne is a producer, play-write, poet, historian, TV host and narrator.  She wrote and produced, "My Journey to the Gullah/Geechee People" and, “It is a Cultural Affair." She has written and produced several plays for the Moja Arts Festival, where she has servesd as a committee member for over 20 years.

    3) Ms. Althea Richardson Latham, a resident of Maryville,SC, a Gullah/Geechee town that began in the late 1880's when land along the Ashley River was divided and sold to West African descended people who worked in the phosphate mines as well as on farms. Maryville was named after Mary Matthews Just, the mother of Ernest Everett Just, a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College (with a degree in zoology as well as special honors in botany, history and sociology); Ernest Just and three other Howard students (Edgar Amos Love, Oscar James Cooper, and Frank Coleman), established the Omega Psi Phi fraternity on the campus of Howard University. He would also later get a doctorate in experimental embryology from the University of Chicago in 1916. 

    The Town Of Maryville, chartered in 1886, was widely seen as a model of Gullah/Geechee "self-government," the South Carolina General Assembly revoked the town charter in 1936. The Honorable Thomas T. Carr, Sr. (b. 1863) a carpenter, was the last Mayor to serve the town. 

    4) John Middleton III, whose great-grandmother - Louise "Titty" Wright - along with forty plus other West Africans pooled their monies together and purchased the plantation where they and their ancestors had been enslaved, founding "Freedmans Village", where, with their self-determination they were self-sufficient, successful and very  prosperous. 

      "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" the five part Documentary Film and/or TV series (1 hour per segment) will also consist of interviews with Gullah/Geechee experts on subject matters such as:                      
    A) Their language and its connection to West African ethnicities:  
       
    B) Traditional ways that Gullah/Geechees have maintained/held onto versus African-Americans, who are more assimilated;    
                 
    C) Their food ways and recipes, featuring Gullah/Geechee Chef Benjamin "BJ" Dennis and 'Gullah/Grub" Chef Bill Green;  
                         
    D) The Gullah/Geechee Caribbean connection: Gullah/Geechees historical, cultural, culinary and botanical connections/overlays - to the Caribbean Islands, particularly Barbados; and finally  
                       
    E) Their West African history, which began with the Ghana Empire (300 - 1235); the Hausa Empire (500-1808); the Yoruba Empire (800-1835); the Mali/Mandingo Empire (500-1700); the Songhai Empire (1300-1464); until the Benin Empire (1440-1897). Their ancestors consisting of: Ashanti, Bossa, Fulani, Gidzi, Gola, Igbo, Kissi, Kru, Mende, Melienke, Pela, Vai, as well as others.                                                                                                              
    This documentary will have an impact not only on the Gullah/Geechee culture, but:                                        
    A) An impact and/or connection to the broader African-American community, particularly those seeking to know more about their southern as well as West African roots ( being that Gullah/Geechees have held onto these traditions);    
                                           
    B) African-Americans whose families were originally from the Gullah/Geechee Nation (which stretches from Jacksonville, FL to Jacksonville, NC, includes the Sea Islands and goes 30-35 miles inland) who are seeking to find out more about their ancestors from "down south" before their families migrated across the country;        
               
    C) First Nations people (i.e. American Indians originally from the southeast) whose ancestors had intercultural relations with Gullah/Geechees before they were driven from their birth rite and inheritance by Andrew Jackson on the Trail of Tears;  
                     
    D) African-American and Gullah/Geechee people longing to know more about their West African history (some not even knowing that they are descendants of West Africans, as they only refer to being tied to the Continent of Africa...which would include the ancestors of Gullah/Geechees who have over 1,500 years of uninterrupted civilization; debunking the lies/false narrative, as well as challenging the continued miseducation of African-Americans, Gullah/Geechees, students and people in general, that their (our) history began with the enslavement of our ancestors; whereas, our civilization was INTERRUPTED by the enslavement of our West African ancestors…which consisted of the invasion and occupation of armed Europeans utilizing maxim guns to intimidate, terrorize and kidnap our ancestors...taking them to the four corners of the Earth. 
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  • "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed"
    Format: DVC PRO
    Director: Lesa Wineglass-Smalls
    Camera: Montez R. Seabrook
    Producer: Jessica Willis
    Editor: Miguel N. Brown
    Narrator/Host: Jamaal L. (Lashawn) Cabbagestalk
    Gullah/Geechee Consultant...
    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed"
    Format: DVC PRO
    Director: Lesa Wineglass-Smalls
    Camera: Montez R. Seabrook
    Producer: Jessica Willis
    Editor: Miguel N. Brown
    Narrator/Host: Jamaal L. (Lashawn) Cabbagestalk
    Gullah/Geechee Consultant (Stateside): Queen Quet
    Gullah/Geechee Consultant (West Africa): Giovanni Richardson
    Music: De Gullah Conneckshun
    Others: Shakira Theirse


    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed"
    Synopsis

    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" is a cultural journey by veteran News Photojournalist turned Documentary Filmmaker Lesa Wineglass-Smalls, as she utilizes art for social change in highlighting the Gullah/Geechee culture (which extends from Jacksonville, North Carolina to Jacksonville, Florida, includes the Sea Islands and goes inland 30 - 35 miles).

    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" will educate and entertain ("edutain") the public about this unique culture, its language, traditions, food ways and overlooked (excluded) history as well as its connections/similarities to West African cultures/ethnicities, from a Gullah/Geechee perspective; bringing awareness to the local and global community about their existence and the history of Gullah/Geechee people, as they continue to fight to hold onto their land and stand up for their human rights to self-determination.


    Those to be interviewed include:

    1) Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, founded the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition in 1996. She spoke at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland in 1999 about Gullah/Geechee human rights and land protection and in 2000 was selected, elected and enstooled as Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation, the first official spokesperson for her people (which was held on Sullivan's Island, SC) to address their human rights to self-determination as well as human rights violations against her people.

    2) Elder Carlie Towne, former Minister of Information for the Gullah/Geechee Nation, was at the forefront of having Queen Quet elected, selected and enstooled as Chieftess of The Gullah/Geechee Nation; she is also the founder and Director of The Gullah/Geechee Angel Network. Elder Carlie Towne is a producer, play-write, poet, historian, TV host and narrator. She wrote and produced, "My Journey to the Gullah/Geechee People" and, “It is a Cultural Affair." She has written and produced several plays for the Moja Arts Festival, where she has servesd as a committee member for over 20 years.


    3) Ms. Althea Richardson Latham, a resident of Maryville,SC, a Gullah/Geechee town that began in the late 1880's when land along the Ashley River was divided and sold to West African descended people who worked in the phosphate mines as well as on farms. Maryville was named after Mary Matthews Just, the mother of Ernest Everett Just, a magna cum laude graduate of Dartmouth College (with a degree in zoology as well as special honors in botany, history and sociology); Ernest Just and three other Howard students (Edgar Amos Love, Oscar James Cooper, and Frank Coleman), established the Omega Psi Phi fraternity on the campus of Howard University. He would also later get a doctorate in experimental embryology from the University of Chicago in 1916.

    The Town Of Maryville, chartered in 1886, was widely seen as a model of Gullah/Geechee "self-government," the South Carolina General Assembly revoked the town charter in 1936. The Honorable Thomas T. Carr, Sr. (b. 1863) a carpenter, was the last Mayor to serve the town.

    4) John Middleton III, whose great-grandmother - Louise "Titty" Wright - along with forty plus other West Africans pooled their monies together and purchased the plantation where they and their ancestors had been enslaved, founding "Freedmans Village", where, with their self-determination they were self-sufficient, successful and very prosperous.

    "We Be Gullah/Geechee Anointed" the five part Documentary Film and/or TV series (1 hour per segment) will also consist of interviews with Gullah/Geechee experts on subject matters such as:
    A) Their language and its connection to West African ethnicities:
    B) Traditional ways that Gullah/Geechees have maintained/held onto versus African-Americans, who are more assimilated;
    C) Their food ways and recipes, featuring Gullah/Geechee Chef Benjamin "BJ" Dennis and 'Gullah/Grub" Chef Bill Green;
    D) The Gullah/Geechee Caribbean connection: Gullah/Geechees historical, cultural, culinary and botanical connections/overlays - to the Caribbean Islands, particularly Barbados; and finally
    E) Their West African history, which began with the Ghana Empire (300 - 1235); the Hausa Empire (500-1808); the Yoruba Empire (800-1835); the Mali/Mandingo Empire (500-1700); the Songhai Empire (1300-1464); until the Benin Empire (1440-1897). Their ancestors consisting of: Ashanti, Bossa, Fulani, Gidzi, Gola, Igbo, Kissi, Kru, Mende, Melienke, Pela, Vai, as well as others.

    This documentary will have an impact not only on the Gullah/Geechee culture, but:

    A) An impact and/or connection to the broader African-American community, particularly those seeking to know more about their southern as well as West African roots ( being that Gullah/Geechees have held onto these traditions);

    B) African-Americans whose families were originally from the Gullah/Geechee Nation (which stretches from Jacksonville, FL to Jacksonville, NC, includes the Sea Islands and goes 30-35 miles inland) who are seeking to find out more about their ancestors from "down south" before their families migrated across the country;

    C) First Nations people (i.e. American Indians originally from the southeast) whose ancestors had intercultural relations with Gullah/Geechees before they were driven from their birth rite and inheritance by Andrew Jackson on the Trail of Tears;

    D) African-American and Gullah/Geechee people longing to know more about their West African history (some not even knowing that they are descendants of West Africans, as they only refer to being tied to the Continent of Africa...which would include the ancestors of Gullah/Geechees who have over 1,500 years of uninterrupted civilization; debunking the lies/false narrative, as well as challenging the continued miseducation of African-Americans, Gullah/Geechees, students and people in general, that their (our) history began with the enslavement of our ancestors; whereas, our civilization was INTERRUPTED by the enslavement of our West African ancestors…which consisted of the invasion and occupation of armed Europeans utilizing maxim guns to intimidate, terrorize and kidnap our ancestors...taking them to the four corners of the Earth.
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    News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of yet another tragedy in Charleston, SC; this time a disgruntled former employee returns to shoot and kill a co-worker at Virginia's on King, a Southern-style restaurant... News Photojournalist Lesa Wineglass-Smalls captures the sights and sounds of yet another tragedy in Charleston, SC; this time a disgruntled former employee returns to shoot and kill a co-worker at Virginia's on King, a Southern-style restaurant located in the heart of downtown Charleston.

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    ANOTHER CHARLESTON TRAGEDY
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    Remembering the Emanuel 9
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    Hosted by the Social Justice, Racial Equally Collaborative Council and convened by The Sophia Institute.
    The event was moderated by News Anchor Carolyn Murray of WCBD-TV2.
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    LIVING YOUR TRUTH: Conversations In Courage
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    •   Sunday, 10 September 2017
    Photojournalist news package of the first in a series of conversations with noted community members Rev. Nelson Rivers III and Judge Alex Sanders. Hosted by ...
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