Jindai Joseph’s star started rising early as a child, writing at the tender age of 3. At 10, she started writing her own music and by her high school years. Her father is heralded playwright / film maker /Black Panther Jamal Joseph. Continue Reading →
On June 16, 1966 Stokely Carmichael of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) introduced “Black Power” as a slogan. Continue Reading →
We are pleased to post, A Touch of Sable, at MIST Harlem and with two participated artists Paul Deo and JaSon Auguste created amazing art as part of the interactive theater visual presentation.
New Heritage’s Board of Directors, Voza Rivers has joined forces with their theater and film division in a project with Daniel Beaty, their Senior Artist in Residence and Jamal Joseph, their Executive Artistic Director, to co-write their first feature film Chapter & Verse, also directed by Jamal Joseph. Continue Reading →
Harlem’s Stanley Nelson’s Black Panther: Vanguard Of The Revolution, the first feature-length documentary to explore the history of the Black Panther Party opens in downtown at the film forum and in Harlem, NY. Continue Reading →