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  • We Have a Winner! – DC Black Film Festival

    We Have a Winner! – DC Black Film Festival

      We are so honored to snag a win at the DC Black Film Festival last night. This project has been a multiyear venture with so many more elements yet to be released. Director Gemal Woods is looking to capitalize on this win to push for a broadcast version of this most wonderful concept birthed in Washington DC by none other than the multitalented Christylez Bacon. Keep an eye out for a screening at a festival near you and hopefully […]

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  • Kenneth Carroll: Arts Education

    Kenneth Carroll: Arts Education

    Kenneth Carroll is a native Washingtonian, his poetry, short stories, essays, and plays have appeared in numerous publications including. He has had two plays produced, The Mask, and Make My Funk The P-Funk, and has performed at the Kennedy Center, Nuyorican Café, Beyond Baroque, Gala Hispanic Theater, and at universities around the country. He is the executive director of DC WritersCorps, Inc., where he created the country’s first Youth Poetry Slam League, which was honored by President Clinton’s Commission for […]

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  • Solomon Slyce: Pie

    Solomon Slyce: Pie

    Photographer, Poet, Emcee and beat-boxer, Solomon Slyce holds it down for The Angle.    

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