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Documentary Spotlights Unsung Civil Rights Activist Whitney Young

Documentary Spotlights Unsung Civil Rights Activist Whitney Young

Aug 27, 2013

“The PowerBroker”; a documentary that spotlights the works of one of the most least known activist, Whitney M. Young Jr. Mr. Young was one of the most celebrated and controversial leaders of the civil rights era. As head of the National Urban League, he helped thousands of people struggling against discrimination. Unique among black leaders, he took...

Connected: An Autobiography about Love, Death & Technology

Connected: An Autobiography about Love, Death & Technology

May 20, 2013

What does it mean to be connected in the 21st century? Has that connection hindered or helped our existence? “Connected” is an amazing documentary film by Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain. “Connected” explores the visible and invisible connections linking major issues of our time-the environment, consumption, population growth,...

Kumare: The False Guru With A Real Lesson

Kumare: The False Guru With A Real Lesson

Apr 15, 2013

I’m sure most of us have heard they saying “everyone needs a leader” and when it comes to religion, there are tons of them! Regardless of your religion or spiritual path, there is always someone who serves as a pivotal point of direction and helps us “see the way”. But do we need leaders? Do we need spiritual guides? Aren’t...

The Central Park Five

The Central Park Five

Apr 15, 2013

On Friday, Ebony and I had the pleasure of attending an exclusive screening and panel discussion of The Central Park Five. The screening was held at The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts. The event was hosted by Beverly Dorn Steele in conjunction with WTVI, PBS Charlotte. The panelists included Steve Crump, who served as Moderator, (WBTV Reporter...

American Winter

American Winter

Apr 8, 2013

HBO has never failed when it comes to ground breaking, informative documentaries. And once again, they’ve given us something else that pulls on our heart-strings and charges us to help our fellow neighbor. “American Winter” is a documentary feature film, that follows the personal stories of families struggling in the aftermath of the worst...

Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story

Booker’s Place: A Mississippi Story

Mar 25, 2013

It wasn’t until 1966 that Mississippi ratified the 13th Amendment which outlawed slavery. In April 2011, a polling survey was conducted which found that 46 percent of Mississippi Republicans still believe that interracial marriage should be illegal. Yes, you read correctly. These instances occurred in 1996 and 2011; less than 20 years ago. Mississippi has...