Jacquitta talks frankly about writing books that feature African American children.
Growing up is never easy. Of course, neither is making your first film!
An "African Americanized" remake of a British film which deals with chaos and secrets revealed at a funeral.
What if it were possible to trace your genetic lineage back a thousand years? Would you?
“Interplay of Jewish Culture and Black Music Chronicled on ‘Black Sabbath: The Secret Musical History of Black-Jewish Relations’.”
Duke Ellington's travels into the far and near east with the compositions of the Far East Suite.
With three HBCU’s within a mile of each other that spend millions, there should be an economic boom town around the Jefferson Street area.
Seven short videos that honor the earth and all its inhabitants, right in time for Earth Day.
African American maids dare describe to a white integrationist the outrages they suffer as housemaids.
Seriously, enough with the sad black films. For real. Let's do something else.