Haniyyah is from New York City, “born in Queens, but raised in Brooklyn.” At the time of her interview, she was a graduate school student living in upstate New York. Her days were spent “at work, then school, then the library…then rinse and repeat.”
Haniyyah’s Most Likely To is: Most Likely to Do Something
Continue reading “Conversation No. 4 – Talking with Haniyyah”
Neiko is from Chicago, Illinois, where he was living at the time of his interview. He spent his days “working, taking care of his three children, and coaching students.”
Neiko’s Most Likely To is: Most Likely to Be The Man That He Never Had In His Life
Continue reading “Conversation No. 3 – Talking with Neiko”
As we try to process the most recent display of the frighteningly dark capabilities of the human soul, my question is to us – the sign holders, the stand-in-solidarity vigil participants, the pens-in-the-air freedom fighters.
Are you…am I…really Charlie?
Continue reading “Êtes-vous Charlie?….Really?”
Phillip is an indie documentary filmmaker based in the St. Paul-Minneapolis area. A native of Chicago, Phillip is the founder of Monarch Melanin Films, and uses his work as “a visual griot, sharing stories for my ancestors to be proud and watch.”
Phillip’s Most Likely To is: Most Likely To Be Focusing On My Craft of Photography / Documentary Work
Continue reading “Conversation No. 2 – Talking with Phillip”
Krystal is from Brooklyn, New York. At the time of her interview, she had recently graduated from college, was living in the Bronx, and spent her days “adjusting to being a grown up.”
Krystal’s Most Likely To is: Most Likely To Be Most Improved
Continue reading “Conversation No. 1 – Talking With Krystal”
You know that moment after you watch or listen to something deep…when you’re just left sitting there speechless…that just happened to me. Continue reading “How to Lose”
I always listen to classical music on my way home from the movie theater. It helps me process what I have seen.
After a movie like Selma, at the end of a year like 2014, I had to take the long way home to organize my thoughts. So, without any spoilers, here’s how this movie helps all of us understand the path we’ve just trod in 2014, and the one ahead. Continue reading “We Need “Selma” Now More Than Ever”
We are at a critical moment in this country. We are rethinking a lot of things we usually take for granted. We are hearing the voices of people we usually ignore. We are finding ourselves agreeing with people we usually mistrust. Continue reading “Why This? Why Now?”