On this episode LBR invites Oakland native, Lyssandra Guerra to talk about her practice as a nutritionist.Read More
Writer and Director Lala Openi is joined by Kaleipumehana Cabral and Alejnadra Alexander after the screening of "U" at HRFF 2018 to discuss the making of the film, and the importance of female-bodied qtipoc voices in filmmaking and creative industries.Read More
On the weekend of April 13th The House of Malico hosted their very first Elements retreat. Accepting eight applicants who are advancing social, racial, and economic equity through their art and activism. This three day retreat was a testament to the power of intentional space bringing together a cohort of black, brown and queer women to further strengthen community and to contemplate solutions to some of the hardest obstacles we face today.
The series features Interviews the retreats participants. Curious about their wellness practices, and what keeps them going as they pursue their art and activism.Read More
At Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, Sasha Kelley, Queens D.Light and Shah Noor facilitate a conversation on Black Mental Health in response to revisiting our past conversations and responding to some prompts around our notions of "sanity", "spirit" and community healing.Read More
Three Black Artist, Amir Aziz, Jazz Hudson & Dom Jones, discuss the dynamic power of thriving black cultural zones. Recorded live from the Malcolm X Jazz Festival in Oakland, California, 2016.Read More