New Documentary from NYTimes: ‘A Conversation With Black Women on Race’ [Video]

In this short documentary from the New York Times, black women talk about the challenges they face in society. They discuss issues of racial profiling, self-worth, beauty standards, relationships, and even motherhood. These nuanced perspectives give a complex view of Black women’s lived experiences in the modern United States.


Watch the full video below:

Video: ‘Light Girls’ film to explore colorism in Black community



Light Girls


Making its world-premiere as part of the Oprah Winfrey Network’s (OWN) month-long celebration honoring civil rights legends will be “Light Girls,” Bill Duke’s documentary.

The film, which is a follow-up to Duke’s “Dark Girls,” the critically-acclaimed film that focused on the narratives of dark-skinned women, will tell the untold stories of lighter-skinned women around the globe. 

Video: Spike Lee releases ‘Throw Like a Girl’ documentary in honor of Mo’ne Davis


Earlier we reported that director Spike Lee was working on a documentary about Little League World Series breakout star Mo’ne Davis.

The short documentary, Throw Like a Girl, chronicles how Mo’ne was discovered and became involved in baseball. The documentary also shows Mo’ne playing basketball, her favorite sport.