Feb 2015 26

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I was truly hurt by the outcome of the George Zimmerman verdict. I couldn’t believe how the media covered it. I couldn’t believe the way it divided a lot of the country. I also felt that there was media propagated tactics taken to paint the picture that a young, African American man in a hoodie should be considered a hoodlum. It highlighted that even at that time, February of 2012, America still carries an unsubstantial value on the life its African American people.

Dec 2014 26

Otta BengaSeptember 8th, 1906. Bronx, New York. A sun-kissed Saturday stroll to the Monkey House at the Bronx Zoo. On display is Ota Benga;  a man, a father, and a widower, sold into slavery after surviving military conflict in the Congo, and bought by American anthropologist Samuel Phillips Verner.

Read “The Zoo Story” by Cameron Davis

Dec 2014 09

I came, I saw, I…SHUT IT DOWN!

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Here’s what I did last week.

Dec 2014 02

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I Did This

A new column highlighting events and personal testimonies.  

Nov 2014 11

  “I am a better filmmaker now than I was two years ago, I know that.”

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“I also became less concerned with things I know I can’t control.”

“I see this short less as an assessment of my current abilities and more of an encapsulation of where I was and where I am going.”

– Jacinto Romero, PCPMedia’s Youth Artist in Resident

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