In celebration of Women’s Month, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has revealed a month-long program of thought-provoking conversations and screenings of films of those who have been honored as Share Her Journey Ambassadors.
The Arizona State University (ASU) has established The Sidney Poitier New American Film School, one of the largest, most egalitarian film schools in…
Akeem Stanley is a Fashion Designer who specializes in high fashion women’s clothing and accessories. Born in the British Virgin Islands and raised in a single parent home, Akeem says that growing up Caribbean can sometimes come with a rigid set of rules and traditions and it has also helped him to develop many quality traits including a desire to succeed and to work hard for what he wants.
Avast ye landlubbers and get ready for a pirates in the Caribbean movie! Not the Disney version, but the recent Netflix acquisition, The Bluff.
Risha Rox is an interdisciplinary artist working in installation, sculpture, body art and storytelling – a practice which she refers to as Corporealism. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley in 2003 with a major in African Diaspora Studies, she began to develop her artistic practice in the rich black loam of Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY.
Born in Barbados, Alexander James travels the world as DJ Puffy’s photographer and videographer. This has afforded him one of his greatest achievements to date; the opportunity to travel to the US, Europe & Asia and capture the world via his camera.
Selected as one of People’s sexiest men of 2020, and the only male to be on the cover of Elle magazine, 26-year-old Colombian heartthrob Maluma’a latest album #7DJ -7 Días En Jamaica (Seven Days in Jamaica) pays homage to the Latin and Caribbean culture, which are similar in so many ways including their African and indigenous people roots.
The dust around Buckingham Palace is yet to settle following the ruinous disclosures made by Prince Harry and Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle in the recent televised interview with Oprah.
In less than two hours, the former senior royals shook the foundations of the 1,200-year-old institution when they alleged that race played a major role in the scathing attacks Markle was subjected to by the British tabloids in addition to the lack of protection and title granted to her son by ‘The Firm’.