The Bronze Report presents a special edition on Blacks in Technology.
The Bronze Report presents a special edition on Blacks in Technology.
There's a time for celebration and a time for contemplation.  In this episode of The Bronze Report, we'll do both.  We'll have a conversation about race, politics and our president, meet the first African-American director of a major animated feature, and celebrate the 7th anniversary of the Museum of the African Diaspora.
  The Bronze Report takes a look philanthropy.  First, a controversial documentary explores what happened to the billions of dollars raised in the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.  Then, a look at Vernon and Vontae Davis -- two footballers making a difference on and off the field.
  The Bronze Report goes onstage and backstage.  First Barbara Rodgers takes us to see the production of Pearl Cleage's play on the Harlem Renaissance at a theatre undergoing its own renaissance.  Then, Jan Mabry chats with 4-time Grammy award winning jazz vocalist, Dianne Reeves.
Art, dance and plenty of food for thought on this episode of The Bronze Report.  Discover the work of artist JoeSam, the harmful effects of stereotypes, and the amazing Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre.
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