track: Social Justice
This panel opens up the discussion on how societal pressures attempt to throw Black creators (whether it’s an artist, performer, music writer, etc.) in if not one, few limiting categories. It’s always expected that our work is social commentary or talking about a hardship just so people from the outside looking in can extract that …
Quirktastic has grown from a content creation collective into a company focused on creating community with our app. We want to share how that change came to be and how it affects us as individuals, creatives, nerds and as a team.
In a nation projected to be “majority minority” by 2045, visionary executives realize that their economic future depends on having a diverse employee base to produce products and services that appeal to a diverse audience. As the entertainment industry evolves, companies that embrace diversity in all its forms, are the ones that will excel and …
A discussion on the new representation standards implemented by the film Academy to better reflect the diversity of the movie going audience
HNIC to discuss the importance of promoting black voices across all types of media and how best to support the ever growing number of black creatives.
The Resident Super Villain, Jay Washington and The Swaggy Blerd, Winston A. Marshall are bringing you a new perspective of pop culture, sports and more from a black nerd or Blerd point of view.
From the early Pioneers to AfroComicCon: Black Comic Cons past present and future!