Moving Pictures

Moving Pictures

Homage to Black Music Month – The loud, proud, bombastic Ma Rainey changed the sound of music forever. Take a peek at her "See See Rider."
Hair Discrimination dramatically affects Black women, especially in the workplace and as a form of racial micro-aggression in general. Check out four Black celebrities on this topic.
Tarana Burke, the creator of the #MeToo Movement, has created another movement directed to the Black survivor. Check out this love letter to the Black survivor.
Three of the oldest survivors of the Tulsa, Oklahoma Race Massacre testify for justice. Tune into the three survivors speaking out for justice.
In 1965, Patsy Mink became the first woman of color elected to Congress. Check out the documentary honoring her life's crusade against injustice.
Almost 50 years ago, the fierce champion for change Shirley Chisholm set to be the first Black president of the United States. Take a look at her historic campaign.
Educator and activist Septima Clark, championed literacy and citizenship workshops to help Black people prevail against racist voter suppression laws of the Jim Crow era.
Somewhere between high school bassoon practice and college activism, Sharon Farmer stumbled into photography. A path that would lead to becoming the Chief Official White House Photographer.
Annual foundation giving to Black and Brown women is a paltry 0.6%. Groundswell Fund insists when those most marginalized are supported to make change, everyone wins.
Miss Juneteenth commemorates the holiday by celebrating the pageantry tradition of mother and daughter.
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