Posts filed under education

Adam Clayton Powell + Black Youth + Racial Profiling | The Heights

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.”

Living with H.I.V

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.

This Guy is Writing 100 Colleges For Antifascist Representation

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."

Empathy Lens: Trump's National Budget

Many people of color, women, LGBT folks, differently-abled people, and others don't the privilege to just ignore harmful beliefs, as their often times the target of those ideas being practiced in policy, or personal behavior. Here's how to engage with ideas outside of your own, even if they're fundamentally harmful to your livelihood. Presenting: Empathy Lens.

Discussing Beauty During NYC’s First Open Data Week

As part of open data week, we invited 14 friends and collaborators to dinner to discuss civic issues not in terms of problems and solutions, but in terms of beauty. - Chris Chavez

Hijab Solidarity in an Uber Ride

On the way to another shoot, I met one of the founders of Lilith Magazine, a publication that empowers Jewish Feminists. She was wearing a hijab in solidarity in light of Trump's "Muslim Ban." And this got me thinking..

What's Healthcare Like in Spain?

Since the recent groundswell against repealing the ACA, we take a different look at what healthcare could look like in the US.

She's Bringing Performing Arts Back to Inner City Schools

Meet the woman who brought Performing Arts back to Inner City Schools: Tylibah Iman Washington of TCC Performing Arts International. For more videos, donate to Our Kickstarter! http://kck.st/2jdRqjo

Aleppo + Tilda Swinton + Holiday Miracle | Minisodes 12.20.16

Let's talk about the assassination of the Russian Ambassador to Turkey, and why we can't ignore #Aleppo. Plus, Tilda Swinton needs to stop with the fake liberalism. Also, Senior Producer Tatiana Escalant helped me get home to my family for the holidays!! Oh, and we are FUNDRAISING in January 2017. AND the team just got even bigger.

HOW I MET HIP HOP'S NO. 1 CHEF | THE NOTICE BLOG | EPISODE 3

Episode 3: Hood Chef Sometimes the journey makes the story, and that's definitely how i felt when thinking about how I met Hood Chef. In fact, his story shows a perfect example of how local communities can create their own cultural capital. 

Meet: Joshua Lopez + Job Fairs | 12.19.16 Minisodes

Meet Joshua Lopez, the new host for our Weekly Update Show. Plus, Job Fairs, and my predictions for the Electoral College vote. 

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Trump Chooses Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State + STL Arrival | 12.07.16 The Arrival

So I arrive in St. Louis, late - but all good. And then Trump nominates former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson to Secretary of State. So I have to show the story of Rex & the $500 Billion Deal.

From Cellblocks to Start-Ups | Just Soul Catering's Fight for Ex-Offenders

After 20 years in prison, Sharon Richardson, and fellow activist, Chandeerah Davis, created Just Soul Catering, a company that employs and empowers formerly incarcerated women. Here is their story.

DUMSOR: GHANA'S ENERGY CRISIS

Climate Change has a many effects. Here's one of them, in the nation of Ghana. They're one of the very first countries to have the majority of their electricity come from renewable energy in the form of hydro-electric dams. And there's more.

WHAT DO TRUMP RALLIES AND HIP HOP HAVE IN COMMON?

The Notice Blog | Ep 4 | Collective Identity From Trump Rallies in Ohio, to Freestyle Sessions in a New York Green Room, Collective Identity has overwhelming impact on everything we do. This episode, we take a closer look at how this element plays out in our everyday lives, and current events.

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Hi, my name is Paul. I like the News. I like people. And I like stories. So I make them, about people and what issues they face. Welcome to The Notice Blog.