Wow. Just wow. We were blown away by this collection of 21 short films, all of them running during Black History Month in February and tackling current day achievers and change agents from college campuses, the community, corporate America, government, technology, medicine and beyond. Adding to both the power and credibility of these pieces are the four directors involved: American Black Film Festival winner Alton Glass; acclaimed director Jeanine Daniels (“The Guy,” “The Couple”); NAACP Image Award winner P. Frank Williams (“Unsung”); and Grammy, Golden Globe and Academy Award winner Rhymefest (cowriter “Jesus Walks” and “Glory”). All in all, an excellent collection of thought-provoking pieces that are more than worth your time.

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