In the film, women share their trials and tribulations as professionals trying to earn a living and compete against mostly white women (and women of other groups) who are also working to climb the corporate ladder.
BET Networks presents “Charged: The DA vs. Black America,” described as an alarming whistleblowing revelation regarding the absolute power of the district attorney offices around the country. Promising an in-depth look into the criminal justice system through cases and families in New Orleans, LA, Milwaukee, WI, and Baltimore, MD, the documentary exposes how prosecutors operate in an unchecked system as they decide the fates of a disproportionate number of African American men, many of whom are non-violent defenders receiving harsh maximum sentencing.
“The School Project” is an independent cross-platform media project, including an interactive website, committed to the idea that a healthy public education system is essential to a vital American democracy. In an unprecedented collaboration between Chicago documentarians, “The School Project” contextualizes and humanizes issues such as standardized testing, charter schools, privatization, and the effects of school closings to promote an informed conversation about the past, present, and future of public education in Chicago, a city on the front lines of America’s education struggles.
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"Your competitive edge is your hustle." One of 60 Things Black Wall Street Homecoming Taught Me.
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