Seeing White – TEDxCharlottesville

When did racism start, and why? Who invented the very notion of being “white,” or “black,” and why did they do so? Journalist and documentary podcaster John Biewen looked into these questions, and he argues that the answers could transform our approach to solving racial injustice.

The arts are in The Sunken Place – how do we Get Out?

In the film Get Out (2017), an African American man meets his white girlfriend’s family for the first time. Despite the warm, generous welcome he receives he knows that something is amiss, it’s just off. The film turns into a biting satire on parasitic consumption of African American culture and the violence of liberal racial … More

Black Women Directors

Black Women Directors is a website dedicated to highlighting the work of women and nonbinary filmmakers from the African Diaspora. It’s an ongoing project designed to shine a light on the contributions of Black women and nonbinary folks to the film canon. It started out as a Tumblr in 2015. It was founded by Danielle … More