The wait is over. Ava DuVernay’s SELMA is available nationwide and you just need to go see it. Important historical event, dynamic national leader with amazing current relevance. We all should March to SELMA this weekend.
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Keesha Boyd, Executive Director, Multicultural Consumer Services, spoke with ReggiePonder, The Reel Critic, about movies and Comcast’s commitment to African American content.
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Reggie Ponder, The Reel Critic, talks to Orlando Biship about his new TVOne movie, Dinner For Two. Continue reading →
Reggie talks to Rod and Judith on Wisconsin Public Radio’s Central Time about the new Oscar “popular film” category. Is it an honor or just…