Inspired by the words of Dr. Martin Luther King, based on journal entries in a forgotten diary and adapted from an autobiography, the indie film “Content of Character” made its world premiere at the Irving Arts Center. This could not be more appropriate. Cynthia Reid Wills, the author and producer, has been a member and officer of the Irving Black Arts Council for many years. Screenwriter/director L. Courtney Thorpe Douglas is no stranger to Irving arts audiences either. Cathy Whiteman attended the event and files this report.
Salt & Light partnered with Griot Nation’s Amon Rashidi to interview a group of young people at the Carter High Movie Premiere in Dallas,TX.
The Griot Nation’s Amon Rashidi and UNCN open their July 26, 2015 radio show with a discussion of hot topics. This episode features a hot track, and previews their discussion on the pharmaceutical industry.