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Let the Strings Speak Ujima

Our goal through this concert presentation is to foster opportunities for greater awareness of string instruments as creative vehicles to inspire, motivate, and heal.

Mr. SOUL! SBFF Film Talk with Filmmaker, Melissa Haizlip

Before Oprah – before Arsenio – there was Mr. SOUL! Ellis Haizlip makes television broadcast history with SOUL!, America's first “black Tonight Show.” Right on the heels of the Civil Rights Movement, one fearless black pioneer reignited a Harlem Renaissance for a new era, ushering giants and rising stars of Black American culture onto the national television stage. He was hip. He was smart. He was innovative, political, and gay. In his personal fight for social equality, this man ensured the revolution would be televised. The man was Ellis Haizlip. The Revolution was SOUL! - an amazing weekly television show that aired on public television from 1968 - 1973 celebrating Black American culture, art, life, and community and shared it with the nation via the airwaves. Directed and produced by Melissa Haizlip featuring music composed by award-winning Robert Glasper with narration by Blair Underwood.

Providing Screenwriting Opportunites for BIPOC!

The Northwest Screenwriters Guild @nwscg, Women in Film, and Langston Seattle @LangstonSeattle co-sponsor this online event to discuss existing screenwriting opportunities and to announce new ones.

Fade To Black: The First Purge

FADE TO BLACK'The First Purge' Watch Party and Q&A with Gerard McMurray September 25, 2020  | 6:30 PM PST Mandatory Credit: Photo by Debby Wong/REX/Shutterstock (8012284ab)Gerard McMurray'Burning Sands' film premiere, Sundance Film Festival, Park City, USA - 24 Jan 2017   Starting at 6:30 PM PST, LANGSTON will host a virtual watch party of 'The...