In this season of AfroPoP, we continue the conversation around the contemporary experiences and perspectives of Africans and African Americans throughout the world — a journey of hope through stories that span three continents and the Caribbean. Our travel companions are as diverse as they are brave, and their stories are as nuanced as they […]
The National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) has an opening in its program department. The Program Manager assists the Program and Acquisitions Director in program development and implementation, and oversees collecting, distributing and archiving of deliverables for NBPC’s broadcast programs including its signature public television series AfroPop: The Ultimate Cultural Exchange, NBPC funded broadcast specials, and as well as NBPC funded and […]
Meet the winners of Hack360, Harlem’s first filmmaker hackathon!
Whether you’re an educator, a parent, or just a concerned citizen, the 180 Days game is designed to help you better understand the sorts of choices teachers are making with (and for) children every day.
The Last Poets said what few other African Americans would say. They told stories that reflected on the urban political consciousness of the Black Power movement and tackled issues everyone in their community could relate to.
The National Minority Consortia (otherwise known as the NMC) supports public media by and about people of color in many contexts. Chances are you already know us, the National Black Programming Consortium. But here’s an introduction to our sister organizations — Latino Public Broadcasting, Pacific Islanders in Communications, the Center for Asian American Media and Vision Maker Media — with this list of five exciting films they have in store.
It is difficult to overstate how far a mother would go for her children. This is why we all go into a bit of a trance at this time of year. We will embarrass ourselves gladly for the corniest Mother’s day gift or card. There’s nothing on that shelf quite enough to express a feeling like “thanks for creating and carrying my heart and bones inside you for nine months!”
Last Thursday, April 23, the eight final teams from this year’s NBPC 360 incubator took the stage at the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space in downtown Manhattan. The producers had spent six weeks honing presentations for this special event: Pitch Black, an evening that spotlighted their ideas in front of a live audience and a panel of industry professionals.
How would you fare with power over the fates of today’s schoolchildren and the public education system? Could you meet the developmental needs of a classroom of ten-year-olds, and pass each of them on to the sixth grade?