Published out of #Toronto today. My article on the #documentary #IAmNotYourNegro. Please read, share and see the film for an unforgettable experience. ByBlacks.com #BlackDox
52 confessions (Yep, I'm confessing!) on dates from hell that can only happen to us #Blerds.
Join us Monday on Twitter at 9pmEST with the hashtag #BlerdDating (follow me as well @Nicoleedits on Twitter if you think you'll be lost). It's going to be a blast! And we have celebrity special guests! (Check our schedule on our site!)
At 10pmEST, head back over to Facebook for our #BlerdDating Afterparty with host Lisa Durden for a live online chat fest that gets deeper, darker and wilder. (Like we said--it's the Afterparty!)
We're thrilled to have a show where we can talk good times, relationship issues and outrageously bad dates. Yeah...we all went through them for some reason, right? Here we go!
One of my favorite parts about #BlerdDating is because the #Blerds on Twitter will probably help us get super popular, why keep all of that attention to ourselves? At certain times during the year, we'll spotlight some hard-working nonprofits for the entire month. We have merch! Purchase our t-shirts that month and 20% of the profits goes right to that featured charity. It's a month of love--because when our dates go low, we go high! :) Hang out with us! More info: http://www.BlerdDating.com. And please share!
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Distribution: Showtime, BET, IFC, Nickelodeon, Sundance Channel. Third World Newsreel, Alexander Street Films, and web casts here on our Google+ Community, An EPIPHANY Conversation.
Recipient of numerous grants and awards.
Associations past and present:
The Black Documentary Collective (BDC)
Producers Guild of America East (PGA East)
Directors Guild of America (DGA)
New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT)
DnA (Directors and Actors workshop)
National Association of Broadcast Technicians (NABET)
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW)
Contact me here or at Nicoleedits@gmail.com. Let's chat!
- Ramapo College of New JerseyMaster of Arts Liberal Studies, 2010 - 2013
- University of Illinois at ChicagoCommunications, 1987 - 1990
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