Recently, New York City has seen a growing number of stories related to gangs-related crimes. It’s sparked several projects aimed at ridding NYC of gangs for good. But… Who are the people the NYPD call gangsters? We take a look, with JustLeadership USA.
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?
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.”
I wanna spotlight one of our favorite clients: Eugenia Shea Butter Co. They’ve been with us since the beginning, and are a Black-owned Mother-Daughter team that supports thousands of women farmers in Ghana.
I remember visibly shaking when I first heard Taylonn Murphy Sr. tell this story. The cruelty and lack of empathy involved in how the officer regarded the boy is exactly the sort of trauma over-policing invites into our neighborhoods.
We're back! Episode 1 of Season 2 is here: Eric B. for Presi- *cough* Eric Holder for President? Plus, we introduce a new spin-off series - "Single 30 Suck." Plus! Rashonda debuts her new single "Is it Late?" - Paul Notice Like. Share. Love.
Here's a client I worked with a couple of months ago for a GoFundMe Campaign. The video I shot and edited for her above is what pushed her campaign to the next level - and wayyy past her fundraising goal.