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SMARTEST WOMEN

Named as one of the 12 smartest women of color on Twitter, Stacey has screened, participated in panel discussions and lectured in both academic and non-academic settings including The University of Houston, Prairie View A&M University.

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SOCIAL ACTIVIST

She is also a social activist and cultural critic who has lectured on a broad range of topics including hip hop, pop culture, media and film, social justice issues, and most notably, the history of Black women filmmakers in cinema.

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  OUT OF RIGHT MINDS

Her documentary film, “Out of Our Right Minds, Trauma, Depression and the Black Woman” was released in March 2010 to rave reviews and also premiered at the PATOIS New Orleans International Human Rights Film Festival.

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Everyone Should Know

Stacey has worked extensively to document and preserve hip-hop culture and address social issues through film and media. Her work includes multimedia projects, music videos, arts and activism and social justice campaigns and award-winning films.
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FOR COLORED BOYS (SHORT FILM)

For Colored Boys, starring Julito McCullum (Da Brick, The Wire, Akeelah & the Bee) and Rob Morgan (Pariah, Shades of Brooklyn) follows the life of Benjamin Boyd, Sr. who, after nine years in prison is determined to reunite his family by rekindling the love between he and his wife and reassuming his role as father to his teenage daughter Sidney and his troubled 20 year old son E.

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I AM SEAN BELL (FILM)

The award-winning short film “I AM SEAN BELL” did a one year tour with the Media that Matters Film Festival sponsored by HBO, where it won the “Speaking Out” Award. The film premiered at the PATIOS International Human Rights Film Festival in New Orleans in 2010 and since that time has screened at festivals and events worldwide.

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A GLIMPSE OF HEAVEN (EXCERPT)

Excerpt from the film, “A Glimpse of Heaven, The Legacy of the Million Man March”.  Clip shot in 2005 at the Black Luv Festival in Washington, DC. This clip is from the documentary film, “A Glimpse of Heaven, the Legacy of the Million Man March”. Music by Tao Slick from the album Jazzhall: Epitome of Epiphany
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