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Raising the Bar: The Chris Newman Show

Raising the Bar: The Chris Newman Show

Chris went through much of what many young black males go through when the educational environment is not responsive to their needs and realities. “I didn’t want anyone to know that I was smart. It took me my whole life to figure out that I’m a fool, but I ain’t no dummy. Never have been.”  The truth is that throughout his entire educational career, Chris believes that his genius was never tapped into, at least at school.

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Waasi’s Rebellion

Waasi’s Rebellion

Waasi’s new video will premiere on YouTube on February 14th called ‘YOUANDI’ and promises it is going to be one of a few of his visuals that will change the game. Check out Waasi’s catalog on SoundCloud follow him on Instagram @itswaasi. After talking to this young man and seeing the depth that is within him, I’m convinced that Waasi’s rebellion is one that we should join.

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Owning My Masters

Owning My Masters

One of very few Hip Hop professors in the country, Professor Carson’s role is groundbreaking and historical to say the least. Wanting to assist in the merge of Charlottesville the college town and Charlottesville’s rap scene; Cason reminisces on his time in Decatur Illinois where he says he was a member of multiple communities. “I always felt like I had one foot on either side of that divide. Being a student at that university and being a resident of that town and being a member of that community.”

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Podcast Network Launch

Podcast Network Launch

We are excited to launch our new podcast network. In the linked page, you will find the most exciting social, political, and sports commentary by content partners of the Vinegar Hill Magazine. Podcasts and shows include The Ball Hawk Show, In My Humble Opinion, and The Peaceful Rage podcast to start.  Enjoy this audiovisual content from these burgeoning media personalities. Please be sure to subscribe to their channels.  We encourage you to subscribe to these podcasts and/or submit your shows for consideration on our new network.  Our objective is to drive our audience to your quality multimedia content and commentary. LINK TO PAGE

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Musings Concerning Black Film

Musings Concerning Black Film

What is believed to be the earliest surviving African American feature film produced is part of the Museum of Modern Art’s film collection Acquired by the New York institution in the 1930s, the unfinished film by Bert Williams (1874-1922) entitled Lime Kiln Field Day, was shot at the same time as D. W Griffith’s Birth of a Nation (1915).

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Black Theater Charlottesville

Black Theater Charlottesville

Over the past six years the six major theaters in the Charlottesville area have produced a total of three shows written by an African American. Does that number shock you? It should. 

 

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