Harlem Fave Aixa Kendrick Celebrates Best Actress Win At Hip Hop Film Festival 2020

Harlem-based actress Aixa Kendrick is celebrating her most recent career accolade, after being named Best Actress at the 2020 Hip Hop Film Festival for writer-director Laurie Fielder’s short feature, “The Continue Reading →

It’s Just Human Presented by Unveiled Unlocked In Harlem

Unveiled Unlocked has a collective of creative members including Poets, Visual Artists, Designers, Writers and Theatrical Performers. In the best and worst times the Arts is a vehicle for DRIVING Continue Reading →


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