October 7, 2011
I heard about it as a concept from the organiser.
I have to think about that sinice there may be a few. But I recently saw Malcolm X at the BCC screening for the first time, I must say it was very inspiring, on so many levels.
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I am very interested in building and mentoring children and young adults, especially those classed as "problem children". I work in education full time, and media in my own time. I love watching, analyzing and taking apart films, documentaries and TV shows in order to glean a creative perspective.
I am a strong, intelligent and very creative woman who thrives on challenges.
I think it is a wonderful and quite challenging role BCC have elected to play. The positive images they are portraying to the Black society states to me that, we as a race have done, and will continue, to; produce, direct, act and create films that show our strengths, diversity and rich culture as well as hopefully mentoring our youth with the positive message that, they are beautiful, intelligent and resourceful people who can achieve anything they want with the right influences in their lives.