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Reckless Behavior The Series Season 2 Campaign

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/reckless-behavior-the-series-season-2/x/22994649?fbclid=IwAR1EcoG_Hij813sUzYZlqnnYen7e8yB_t9P_N2rY2gJ4sir7lrax50zjQB4#/ Hi everyone, My name is Michaela P. Shelton and I am starting this campaign to raise money for season 2 of my web series, Reckless Behavior The Series. I am the creator, director, producer, writer and star of this series. The web series will share the story of Michaela Holloway, a post college black millennial… Continue reading Reckless Behavior The Series Season 2 Campaign

Press Releases, rbts

Queen Media Collective is Currently Developing Their Web Series, Reckless Behavior The Series

BAY AREA, CA-- Blog and media services company Queen Media Collective (QMC) is currently developing the first part of QMC: LIVE! which is a collection of media projects they plan to release. QMC: LIVE! will consist of public service announcements and table talks but currently the brand is working on a web series titled "Reckless… Continue reading Queen Media Collective is Currently Developing Their Web Series, Reckless Behavior The Series

Eccentric Vibes, Go Awf!, Hidden Gems, Life, My Life Be Like

QMC:LIVE! GoFundMe Campaign

Hi everyone! Thank you so much for supporting Queen Media Collective. We really appreciate everyone who has visited our page and read or shared any of our content. We are in the process of creating QMC: LIVE! which is a project that consists of a web series, table talks and public service announcements catered to… Continue reading QMC:LIVE! GoFundMe Campaign

Go Awf!

Snitching, Police Officers and Taking Back Being Black

This is something that has always bothered me about black people, or at least people in poorer communities. “NO SNITCHING!” I have always thought this was the most ignorant thing you can say. If you see someone getting jumped, you better not say anything. If a girl gets raped, “oh hey that’s fucked up, but… Continue reading Snitching, Police Officers and Taking Back Being Black

Hidden Gems, interviews

On the Rise: Sade Ndya

By Palmira Muniz (@vivalapalma) Sade Ndya is a young Indian and African American photographer who hails from what she calls, the "boring-ass" town that is Palm Springs, and despite her small town upbringing, Ndya's work is far from boring. I had the pleasure of interviewing the artist, who currently has her studio and resides in… Continue reading On the Rise: Sade Ndya