Urban Indie Film Block: Black Women Are Strength, Resilience and Grace…Personified

We watch Black women navigate this world with a strength, resilience and grace, unbefitting the BS they encounter daily. In this week’s episode, we watch as our heroines tackle the rocks, large and small, thrown their way.

Watch this SUNDAY at 8p ET on aspireTV!

THE DOPE YEARS: THE STORY OF LATASH HARLINS

Directed by Allison Waite 

A personal retelling of the life and death of Latasha Harlins, the forgotten spark igniting the Los Angeles uprising of 1992, popularly known as the LA riots.

KHAYALAMI (MY HOME)

Directed by Denise Khumalo

Shot in Zimbabwe, this story is about an African woman’s struggle to keep her traditions and customs alive while living in an increasingly Western world.

BLINDSPOT

Directed by Marquise Mays

A brief glimpse through the life of Granny Lue. A woman of faith, fearlessness and fierce energy. She never allowed her disability to dictate her ability to live.

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