Black People : Little Brother: The Street

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    An excerpt from Little Brother: The Street.

    This is the second chapter in a series of films titled "Little Brother" from Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett, executive produced by EPIPHANY Inc. This chapter of Little Brother focuses on young Black men on Chicago's South Side and is introduced by COMMON.
    Opening with the Harold Lee Rush poem "I Am Black Chicago," this film brings us the Chicago youth as they discuss their thoughts on peer pressure, family dynamics, dating, the perceived media assault on their community and staying safe on the streets. This documentary was filmed by director/editor Nicole Franklin on the iPhone4.


    Little Brother: Chapter 3 Trailer


    Music: "Work Songs" by Frank Macchia from "Son of Folk Songs for Jazzers."
    This 10 year/10 film series from Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett will travel to Florida for the third chapter. Each chapter visits a different city or rural area to meet Black boys, age nine to thirteen, and find out their view of Love. Details on the first and second chapter may be found at www.LittleBrotherFilm.com. Little Brother is executive produced by EPIPHANY Inc.
     
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