Zandashé Brown

An Honest Conversation on Racism and Healing

Show Notes

Zandashé Brown is a Baton Rouge area filmmaker who's most recently produced work is her web-series, Black Women Are, which warranted her selection in the 2015 New Orleans Film Festival's Emerging Voices Program dedicated to providing mentorship for emerging directors of color. The web-series documents the coming-of-age experiences of 5 Black women of diverse backgrounds in southern Louisiana. Zandashé has also recently directed the short film, The Conjure Woman, which is to be part of a 6 short series exploring the stages of trauma. 

Zandashé describes herself as a storyteller first and attempts to tell stories throughout all of her art forms. She is dedicated to providing a platform for narratives across the African Diaspora and spreading them throughout the world.

Projects:

Black Women Are

Black Women Are — Twitter

Baton Rouge Organizing

Baton Rouge Organizing — Facebook

Baton Rouge Organizing — Instagram

Books / Film:

Black Sexual Politics by Patricia Hill Collins

The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander

Kindred by Octavia Butler

Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler

Stonewall (2015)

The Wire (HBO)

Events / Programs:

Forward Arts

Eclectic Truth Poetry Slam & Open Mic

Emerging Voices Program

Connect with Zandashé

Facebook

Twitter

LinkedIn

Instagram

Website

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