With crime at an all-time low, NYPD Chief of Detectives, Dermont Shea, is spear-heading a new media frenzy to encourage the city to continue spending millions in policing: Gangs are Coming Back. But are they?
Happy Labor Day! Take a look at the teaser of our latest doc: Shaw Boyz, which follows the groups of Black & Latinx skaters formed after the creation of DC's very first public skate park.
produced by Joshua Lopez directed & edited by Paul Notice
This is one of the very first doc series I created with Glenn Quentin. The Heights follows a group of black & latinx actors living in Washington Heights, who are also performing in the musical, “The Heights.”
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Here’s another piece, I edited for OkayAfrica: 7 Ways to Headwrap. Had a lot of fun working on this one. Check it out!
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Rossell explains explains exactly what Shaw Boyz & Wolfpack are - and how to make it as a skater.
This pretty much sums up 2017 for me. Love. Loss. And Lessons.
Best Date Ever. And I knew it was gonna be dope when she was like: "Yeah, you can bring your selfie-stick this time." 😲😲🙌🏾🙌🏾🔥🔥 My partner knows I love vlogging. BUT Mac and Cheese convention - AND they had my boys from Mac Shack there??
SO MUCH IS HAPPENING! Podcasts, New Shows, and More!
After a stranger encounter - where saying 'hi' to another Black person goes wrong - Paul explains why in certain spaces, it just doesn't matter what you say to someone or how you say it. It's who you are that's the problem.
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.
Interview with Artistic Director Kieth Josef Adkins (New Black Fest) discussing the sustainability in Black theatre.
Just a little Subway Singing.
A documentary about family, change, and the power of ideas.
On 03.20.17, a collective of everyday New Yorkers went to Yankee Stadium with over $2,000 in Metrocard passes. Their objective? Free Swipes to those in need.
In this episode, Sita Sarkar joins Paul Notice as they talk about Intersectionality at the Women's March, Mayor DeBlasio's surprisingly hostile policies toward immigrants, the Civil Rights Era's connection to the Immigrant Story, and much more.
Feminism comes in all shapes and forms. For Luke Reunion, it came through his annoyance that the female boxers in his league, never had a chance to compete in the championships. So, Luke decided to fix that.