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A Gentleman’s War
Black Folk Don’t
Ask A Muslim
A Gentleman's War
A Gentleman's War is a transmedia documentary portrait of the sport of cricket in New York City. The project was produced by National Black Programming Consortium, directed by documentarian Madeleine Hunt - Ehrlich and designed by web developer Luisa Covaria. The project features interviews with scholars of the sport, photographs, as well as documentary shorts on the Brooklyn-based Progressive Cricket Club who play out of New York's well-respected Metropolitan Cricket League.
Following the day-to-day stories of students, parents, teachers and staff at the Washington Metropolitan High School, “180 Days: A Year Inside An American High School” is an intimate portrait of a public school that attempts to make a difference in the lives of students each and every day.
Producers Selly Thiam and Samantha Stark at the None on Record project, a global story telling project, bring four very moving shorts to AfroPoP entitled "Seeking Asylum." These shorts chronicle the stories of LGBT Africans in the UK fleeing homophobia and persecution back home.
Ask A Muslim
"Ask A Muslim" is a web series that showcases the current face of Black Islam in America today, using questions from the street asked to Black muslim artists, writers, Imams, and cultural observers.
Black Folk Don't...
An ironic web series that explores the grey areas between stereotype and truth, created and directed by Angela Tucker. This season check out episodes produced by audience-selection, including topics like Black Folk Don't Swim, Camp, Have Eating Disorders, Do Atheism, Commit Suicide, and Get Married.
Haiti: One Day One Destiny
"Haiti: One Day, One Destiny" is a multi-media portal of stories about Haiti after the disastrous earthquake of 2010. The stories capture the day-to-day struggle of recovery, Haitian reflections on the profound loss they are coming to grips with, and the role culture and history play in rebuilding. The web videos, blogs, and live virtual conversations serve as a focus on Haitian culture, Haitian people, and one country’s road to recuperation.
From UFOs to urban farming, this series is where you want to be for that slightly off-beat Blackness your mama should have warned you about. Producer Gabriel Tolliver brings a psychedelic perspective to his work.
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