Reel Sisters Microbudget Film Fellowship Offers Women of Color A Chance for $5000 to Produce A Web Series Pilot!
New York, NY Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series, the first Academy qualifying festival devoted to women filmmakers, is offering creators an opportunity to produce the
Book signing & brief discussion on Bernie’s new novel: an Afro-futurist, crime-mystery, love-story about West African spirituality remixed with righteousness, reparations and the end of White supremacy, settler-exploitative colonialism.
Fred Smith, a retired Georgia Department of Labor official from Athens, was recently presented with a national award from the Association for the Study of African American Life and History
“This opportunity will fund the humanities research of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) scholars affiliated with Virginia’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The fellowships are made possible
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“Regina Vaughn has been painstakingly tracing her family legacy dating back to slavery to keep a vow she made to her late mother more than a decade ago
Jamon Jordan, Detroit’s unofficial historian, is now its official one Bryce Huffman as written by Bryce Huffman
Bridge Detroit Bryce Huffman “On Monday, Mayor Mike Duggan and Rochelle Riley, the city’s director of Arts, Culture & Entrepreneurship, announced that Jamon Jordan is now the city’s first official