“The festival has an appeal, generally across any number of demographics,” says N.Y. Nathiri, executive director of the Association to Preserve The Eatonville Community Inc. “We’ve prided ourselves over the years in providing programming for the young, the functional illiterate and the post doctoral professor. There’s literally something for everybody.”
“If you don’t keep telling the story, people will forget it.”-N.Y. Nathiri
Mudbound follows two families — one white and one black — just before, during and after World War II.
Trevor Noah tackles race, religion and how he struggled with his identity while growing up in South Africa during apartheid in “Born A Crime”.
Van Buren: Do you prefer filmmaker or film director? Johnson: Filmmaker (even though I wear many hats, camera, editor, sound and lighting, producer, and writer) – Hopefully I will outsource most of that for larger […]
After a week had gone by no one seemed to mention the slaves that were last seen leaving with the white woman. To the slave quarters everyone went to end the work day.
Frederick Douglass is recognized as the first black man to receive a federal appointment requiring Senate approval, serving as a U.S. Marshall of Washington D.C. It is this and many other notable accomplishments that […]
Let’s start the conversation about race early on with our kids.
Adelaide Lancaster is the Co-Founder of We Stories: Raising Big-Hearted Kids. We Stories provides books for children, resources for parents, community for all means a new story for St. Louis.
“So if the slaves worked hard they didn’t have to worry about getting whipped?,” asked Zoe.
“Not necessarily, overseers sometimes found reasons to whip the slaves.”
“Zoe how was school?”
“What did you learn today?”
“Since its black history month we talked about Martin Luther King in History class.”
“Well what did you learn about him?”
“We learned that he was a civil rights leader.”