Overall, Dear Mama offers a rich and compelling portrayal of Tupac’s life, showcasing his artistic genius, the influences that molded him, and the profound impact he continues to have on music and culture. Whether you’re a fan or seeking to learn more about this iconic figure, this documentary is a must-watch.Read More
The festival brings focus to justice movements that are current as well as from throughout history, movements from around the world and nationally, as well highlights media that has been produced locally that activity champions reform for the local Pasadena Police Department and also offers support to budding film-makers here in Pasadena, with the Pasadena African-American Film Foundation.Read More
The People’s Justice Festival was designed to include “a reunion of families, organizers, activists, artists, spiritualists, freedom fighters, and allies. It’s a reclamation of the soul of Black Lives Matter, a chance to build our skills and restore our Spirits.” The vision was fulfilled this past Saturday!Read More
I wanted to hear from everyday Black men talking about their lives and where they find joy in the midst of the unrest in this new millennium crusade to substantiate Black lives.
So, I invited small group to join a conversation at the KAOS Network Art Center in Leimert Park, CA.Read More
A poem about looking for hope and peace amidst the unrest and struggles of the current times.Read More
Each social media post. Every media report. And every time, eye read one of the innumerous white supremacist rhetoric and propaganda about you and the work you do, and eye see why you can’t look the other way.Read More