Firsthand Account: The Assassination of Malcolm X | The Daily 360 | The New York Times
Firsthand Account: The Assassination of Malcolm X | The Daily 360 | The New York Times
Ruby Bridges: 6 Years Old and Desegregating a School | The Daily 360 | The New York Times
Ruby Bridges: 6 Years Old and Desegregating a School | The Daily 360 | The New York Times
Hyphen-Nation
Hyphen-Nation
Hyphen-Nation
Hyphen-Nation
Step Into The Cypher 2017 Part One
Step Into The Cypher 2017 Part One
Breaking down stereotypes using art and media | Bayete Ross Smith | TEDxMidAtlantic
Breaking down stereotypes using art and media | Bayete Ross Smith | TEDxMidAtlantic
Got The Power: Brooklyn Installation and performance with DRAGON HOUSE and YAK FILMS | Brooklyn, NY 2014
Got The Power: Brooklyn Installation and performance with DRAGON HOUSE and YAK FILMS | Brooklyn, NY 2014
"Prison Through Art, Rap and VR" - Step Into The Cyher pt.2
"Prison Through Art, Rap and VR" - Step Into The Cyher pt.2
Along The Way
Along The Way
Coming To California
Coming To California
Bayeté Ross Smith on Diversity of Thought | Innovation Institute
Bayeté Ross Smith on Diversity of Thought | Innovation Institute
Firsthand Account: The Assassination of Malcolm X | The Daily 360 | The New York TimesThis 360 video was created in collaboration with POV and The New York Times. It features the voice of professor A. Peter Bailey, one of thew founding members of the organization of Afro American Unity (OAAU) and one of the last people to speak to Malcolm X. The human rights leader was killed Feb. 21, 1965, at a rally in New York City. Hear from a witness and visit the site of the assassination — in the past, present, and in 360 video.
Ruby Bridges: 6 Years Old and Desegregating a School | The Daily 360 | The New York TimesThis 360 video was created in collaboration with POV and The New York Times. On Nov. 14, 1960, Ruby Bridges desegregated the all-white William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. She was 6 years old. Hear from Ruby’s teacher about that year and visit the school — in the past, present and in 360 video.
Hyphen-Nation
Hyphen-NationWhat makes someone American? How do you define American identity? When do you feel most American? Or least? Nine American citizens describe their struggle to belong in a nation that both embraces and rejects them. Watch a video selected at random or choose a name. Then share your own stories. Hyphen Nation was created as part of the embedded Media Makers Program, a collaboration between POV and The NY Times where three multi media artists worked with The NYT, with producers from POV, for four months creating multi media stories examininghow race and identity impact daily life in the United States.
Hyphen-Nation
Hyphen-NationWhat makes someone American? How do you define American identity? When do you feel most American? Or least? Nine American citizens describe their struggle to belong in a nation that both embraces and rejects them. (click this text to link to the project on the New York Times Interactive site).A collaboration with POV and The New York Times.
Step Into The Cypher 2017 Part OneStep Into The Cypher 2017 part one - Bayeté Ross SmithCommissioned by Columbia University for the first "Uptown" Triennial.Created by Bayeté Ross SmithProducer - Tony ParentDirector - Bayeté Ross SmithMusic Production - Tony ParentFeaturing:Vincent "VFerg" Ferguson - @vfergSole Rebel - @thesolerebelNathan Hosannah - @uppanotchDizzy SenZe - @thelitlifeofdizzMykal Fax - @themykalfaxTone Poetix - @tonepoetixBayeté Kenan - @BayeteKenan
Breaking down stereotypes using art and media | Bayete Ross Smith | TEDxMidAtlantic
Got The Power: Brooklyn Installation and performance with DRAGON HOUSE and YAK FILMS | Brooklyn, NY 2014This is the Got The Power: Brooklyn Installation for the "Art Into Music" exhibit at BRIC House in downtown Brooklyn. A series of events were organized and held in the gallery space as part of the show and for community engagement. These events examined the connection between recording arts, visual arts, performing arts and the overall language of creative culture. This event included ET from Dragon House, a street dance crew out of Atlanta and Yak Films, a group of artists and Filmmakers out of the Bay Area who document street dance around the world, with Got The Power: Brooklyn serving as the stage and backdrop.
"Prison Through Art, Rap and VR" - Step Into The Cyher pt.2
Along The WayCreated in collaboration with the Cause Collective.
Coming To CaliforniaCreated in collaboration with the Cause Collective.
Bayeté Ross Smith on Diversity of Thought | Innovation Institute
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