Have you heard of the world's most influential architect? His name is David Adjaye.
People often choose to ignore the significance of cultural phenomena in predominantly Black communities. So let's take a closer look shall we?
Meet Erin Carpenter, CEO of Nude Barre and practitioner of #BlackGirlMagic
Let's talk about the award-winning comedic audio drama, The Once & Future Nerd. It was created by Christian Madera, who's taking the fantasy elements of "Elder Scrolls," and combining it with the self-awareness of "Cabin In The Woods." Read on to see how the podcast came together, podcast factoids, and so much more.
Living with HIV is no longer a dark secret kept amongst the family. As a society, we have become more aware of the fact that HIV is running rampant within the urban community, and it is no longer a death sentence. The need for preventative and supportive measures are a necessity, and we are the generation of change.
Interview with Artistic Director Kieth Josef Adkins (New Black Fest) discussing the sustainability in Black theatre.
Just a little Subway Singing.
I was arguing with some folks the other day. I was like, "No platform for Nazis!" And they were like, "Everybody deserves to be heard!" And this one lady told me that she learned a lot from all sorts of speakers at her school. I told her, "Why not have me speak? I'm just as qualified as Nazis. I'm more entertaining. And I'm not a racist."
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Creative Producer Glenn Quinton & Executive Producer Paul Notice take a walk through Harlem, talk about politics and their new series, "Lost Boys."
Introducing a dark comedy that buys Shea Butter on the corner, watches "Get Out" at the Magic Johnson theater's 125th st.., and isn't scared to show #BlackBoyJoy when it sees #BlackGirlMagic This is Insecure & Atlanta for the Millennials of NYC. This is #LostBoys
The Notice Blog Proudly presents: Lost Boys: A Web Series About Black Millennials
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YOU CAN'T DIE HERE
A little blast from the past: here's TNB's first web series - all the way from 2014, when we were just starting to get into video production full-scale.
Take a Look back at the first Official Trailer for our very first web series: "You Can't Die Here."
YOU CAN'T DIE HERE - EPISODE 5 "No."
Richard finally decides.