Moving Pictures

Moving Pictures

Artist and world-renowned human rights champion Josephine Baker is the first Black woman interred at the Paris Panthéon. Let's celebrate her extraordinary life.
Who are the Black Rosies? Their WWII contributions often get erased from history, but this film brings them to the surface. Check out this film that highlights their stories.
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."
What did it take for Ursula Burns to go from public assistance to vaunted board rooms of corporate America? Her story is highlighted in this recent interview.
The topic of cultural appropriation of Black creativity has been a problem for decades. See what happens when Black creatives on TikTok say they have had enough.
The Civil Rights and LGBTQ+ Rights Movement are intricately linked. This TED Talk by filmmaker Yoruba Richen explores the subject.
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.
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