Tag: community

  • Korryn’s March

    Korryn’s March

    Our women are going it alone. Resignation, independence, and the beginning of post-protest Black America.

  • Bronx Tales

    Bronx Tales

    So what should a community-owned economy look like to serve the needs and aspirations of 2016 Black America?

  • Conversation No. 33 – Kiana

    Conversation No. 33 – Kiana

    Kiana is from Brooklyn, New York, and was a third-year college student living in upstate New York at the time of her interview. Her days were spent “doing nothing, I don’t really have a life. If I’m not in school, I’m not really doing anything…but hanging with friends.”

  • Conversation No. 23 – Atisha

    Conversation No. 23 – Atisha

    Atisha was born in Guyana, South America and spent her early childhood years there before moving to Brooklyn, New York, where she spent her teenage years. At the time of her interview, she was living in New Jersey and spending most of her days “drawing a lot.”

  • Conversation No. 22 – Amadu

    Conversation No. 22 – Amadu

    Amadu is from Brooklyn, New York, and had recently moved to the Silicon Valley region of California at the time of his interview. He was spending his days “acclimating to the California environment, watching movies, hanging out with friends, and building my network with people out here.”

  • Conversation No. 17 – Massamba

    Conversation No. 17 – Massamba

    Massamba was born in the U.S and spent his childhood in Senegal and New York City. He was living in New York City at the time of his interview. His typical daily schedule was “work, work out, pray…and movies.”

  • Conversation No. 16 – Dante

    Conversation No. 16 – Dante

    Dante is from Brooklyn, New York. At the time of his interview, he was living in New York City and spending his days “working on an app with a team, running around the city, and traveling.”

  • Conversation No. 2 – Phillip

    Conversation No. 2 – Phillip

    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.”