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Thanksgiving day traditionally is a day where families get together to eat and give thanks to all that they have been given.  The sad reality is that not everyone is fortunate enough to celebrate this holiday. For our second annual By Any Meals 5 Borough Food Drive; By Any Means teamed up with Hood Chef, Chef Roble, and an amazing staff of volunteers to feed New York City on Thanksgiving Day.  Check out the re-cap video from this years food drive.

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Men of Morehouse

A documentation of 6 students at Morehouse College in Atlanta and the uniqueness they bring to the college. Something that speaks levels far beyond physical appearance. 

Directed by Quran Squire

http://azizanime.tumblr.com/

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 I am Not My Hair Documentary trailer. 

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Last day to donate to support the production of this this film!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

One day left to fund the I am Not My Hair Documentary. Please donate to make this project possible. It is a new documentary that will explore the topic of hair in the Black community, creating the space to discuss the importance of natural hair in expanding the narrow standards of beauty.

We hope that you also see the importance of getting stories from real women on what their hair means to them and their experiences and concerns with transitioning.

Only day left until the fundraising campaign is over. Please donate to make this project possible. Thank you to all who have donated!

Please click below to read more about the project, watch the trailer and to become a donator!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

If you can’t donate, please click link and share the page on Facebook or tweet it to friends and family!

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http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

Less than a week left to fund the I am Not My Hair Documentary. Please donate to make this project possible. It is a new documentary that will explore the topic of hair in the Black community, creating the space to discuss the importance of natural hair in expanding the narrow standards of beauty.

We hope that you also see the importance of getting stories from real women on what their hair means to them and their experiences and concerns with transitioning.

Only less than a week left until the fundraising campaign is over. Please donate to make this project possible. Thank you to all who have donated!

Please click below to read more about the project and to become a donator!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

Less than a few days left! Much needed Signal boost. If you can’t donate, please click link and share the page on Facebook or tweet it to friends and family!

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http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

Less than a week left to fund the I am Not My Hair Documentary. Please donate to make this project possible. It is a new documentary that will explore the topic of hair in the Black community, creating the space to discuss the importance of natural hair in expanding the narrow standards of beauty.

We hope that you also see the importance of getting stories from real women on what their hair means to them and their experiences and concerns with transitioning.

Only less than a week left until the fundraising campaign is over. Please donate to make this project possible. Thank you to all who have donated!

Please click below to read more about the project and to become a donator!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

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One Easy Thing All White People Could Do That Would Make The World A Better Place

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Freedom Riders (A Documentary on NonViolent Civil Right Movement in the US)

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Donate Just One Dollar to help fund this project!

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

Okay so here’s the deal:

We founded The I Am Not My Hair Project to talk about the topic of natural hair in the Black community. We felt that creating the space to discuss natural hair was important in expanding the narrow standards of beauty. There are mixed opinions and thoughts on the topic, and we wanted to tell these stories in the hopes that we could create meaningful dialogue.

http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/i-am-not-my-hair-documentary

Just donating one dollar goes along way to help fund this new documentary!

 

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black-culture:

SIGNAL BOOST. ANY AMOUNT HELPS!

black-culture:

Please click here to read more and to donate!

Okay so here’s the deal:

We founded The I Am Not My Hair Project to talk about the topic of natural hair in the Black community. We felt that creating the space to discuss natural hair was important in expanding the narrow standards of beauty. There are mixed opinions and thoughts on the topic, and we wanted to tell these stories in the hopes that we could create meaningful dialogue.

How are we going to do that?

We started by sharing pictures and stories of women with natural hair on our blog (black-culture.tumblr.com) but we want to share more of these stories. We want to dig deeper and go back to explore the places that shaped these negative opinions we have about black hair. We also want to reach out and find other women with their own stories, their own experiences to share. A full-length documentary film will allow us to do all of this and bring visibility to an issue that is not always publicly discussed, or effectively challenged.

So, what do we need?

Peace. Love. Harmony. Understanding. annnnd of course money.

We need money to get this project off the ground. We want to travel and film on location in each of the different areas and locations we all grew up. We also want to tell the story of other women who live in (cool) faraway places.

This campaign is intended to pay for:

• travel expenses for filming on location
• the film crew
• associated production costs

What will this do?

We hope that by sharing these stories and making this documentary we can reach others and raise awareness. Raise awareness that I am not my hair. Raise awareness that black is beautiful.

We don’t want to just tell you our story… we want to show you our story. From the inside. 

That is why we are making this film.

Any amount helps! 

Please click here to read more and to donate!

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SIGNAL BOOST. ANY AMOUNT HELPS!

black-culture:

Please click here to read more and to donate!

Okay so here’s the deal:

We founded The I Am Not My Hair Project to talk about the topic of natural hair in the Black community. We felt that creating the space to discuss natural hair was important in expanding the narrow standards of beauty. There are mixed opinions and thoughts on the topic, and we wanted to tell these stories in the hopes that we could create meaningful dialogue.

How are we going to do that?

We started by sharing pictures and stories of women with natural hair on our blog (black-culture.tumblr.com) but we want to share more of these stories. We want to dig deeper and go back to explore the places that shaped these negative opinions we have about black hair. We also want to reach out and find other women with their own stories, their own experiences to share. A full-length documentary film will allow us to do all of this and bring visibility to an issue that is not always publicly discussed, or effectively challenged.

So, what do we need?

Peace. Love. Harmony. Understanding. annnnd of course money.

We need money to get this project off the ground. We want to travel and film on location in each of the different areas and locations we all grew up. We also want to tell the story of other women who live in (cool) faraway places.

This campaign is intended to pay for:

• travel expenses for filming on location
• the film crew
• associated production costs

What will this do?

We hope that by sharing these stories and making this documentary we can reach others and raise awareness. Raise awareness that I am not my hair. Raise awareness that black is beautiful.

We don’t want to just tell you our story… we want to show you our story. From the inside. 

That is why we are making this film.

Any amount helps! 

Please click here to read more and to donate!

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Help My Natural Hair Film Project Get Funding!

Please click here to read more and to donate!

Okay so here’s the deal:

We founded The I Am Not My Hair Project to talk about the topic of natural hair in the Black community. We felt that creating the space to discuss natural hair was important in expanding the narrow standards of beauty. There are mixed opinions and thoughts on the topic, and we wanted to tell these stories in the hopes that we could create meaningful dialogue.

How are we going to do that?

We started by sharing pictures and stories of women with natural hair on our blog (black-culture.tumblr.com) but we want to share more of these stories. We want to dig deeper and go back to explore the places that shaped these negative opinions we have about black hair. We also want to reach out and find other women with their own stories, their own experiences to share. A full-length documentary film will allow us to do all of this and bring visibility to an issue that is not always publicly discussed, or effectively challenged.

So, what do we need?

Peace. Love. Harmony. Understanding. annnnd of course money.

We need money to get this project off the ground. We want to travel and film on location in each of the different areas and locations we all grew up. We also want to tell the story of other women who live in (cool) faraway places.

This campaign is intended to pay for:

• travel expenses for filming on location
• the film crew
• associated production costs

What will this do?

We hope that by sharing these stories and making this documentary we can reach others and raise awareness. Raise awareness that I am not my hair. Raise awareness that black is beautiful.

We don’t want to just tell you our story… we want to show you our story. From the inside. 

That is why we are making this film.

Any amount helps! 

Please click here to read more and to donate!

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Jabari Presents: Issa Rae, The Awkward Black Girl (Documentary)

Issa Rae is the creator and star of the most popular urban web-series online today, The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl. I traveled to Los Angeles, California to get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at season 2 and discuss what the future holds for Issa Rae. As she continues to achieve her goals as a professional in Hollywood, Issa is also taking on new responsibilities as a role model and shares how her newfound fame has influenced others.

Awkward Black Girl’s success has led her to a development deal with Shonda Rhimes (Gray’s Anatomy, Scandal) and ABC for a new show entitled “I Hate LA Dudes”.

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