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Hulu’s ‘The 1619 Project’ Paints Creator Nikole Hannah-Jones and American History in a New Light

  The journalist behind the acclaimed New York Times piece unpacks the emotional journey of creating the six-part docuseries. Most journalists are faceless scribes, people whose work brings fleeting recognition or, if they are lucky, the pride that comes with knowing their work inspired some actual change. Then there is… Read more »

2024 Paris Summer Olympics will feature breakdancing

  The 2024 Paris Summer Olympics will feature 39 sports and 329 events, including breakdancing in two categories. Buenos Aires, Argentina, hosted the Youth Olympic Games in 2018 where breaking made its Olympic debut. In 2020, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognized the athletic style of urban dance. Source: 2024… Read more »

Docuseries Chronicling the Rise of Black Twitter Coming to Hulu

  Insecure executive producer Prentice Penny is set to direct an examination of the social media phenomenon. Everyone knows that the most interesting part of social media is dominated by Black people. Now, we’re finally getting our due for how much we bring to the party. According to Deadline, Insecure… Read more »

BLACK SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2023 — January 24 – 29.

  There are twenty one filmmakers that identify as “Black” showcasing their newest projects as directors and producers at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.   Déborah Lukumuena and Le’Shantey Bonsu appear in Girl by Adura Onasile, an official selection of the World Dramatic Competition at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival…. Read more »