Steve Rhodes is a journalist and photographer in San Francisco.
Tuesday many PBS stations air the independent film Brother to Brother which connects a contemporary story to the Harlem Renaissance. It is also out uncut on DVD.
The New Asylums, a look at the mentally ill in prisons, airs Tuesday night on most PBS stations.
Nightline looks at Hoop Dreams ten years later. It will be out as a Criterion special edition DVD on May 10th.
Nightline will look at violence in hip hop with interview with Rza, "the Rev. Sharpton, Dash, New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, David Mays of "The Source" magazine, radio talk show host Wendy Williams, and hip hop star Corey "C-Murder" Miller, who is currently doing time in a Louisiana prison for second-degree murder."