MAKE NO!SE x Felicia Pride – Photo Shoot
Posted by gmoney77
For the 5th installment of MAKE NO!SE I’m pleased to present Felicia Pride. Now, the irony of this edition is that Felicia actually interviewed me (about four to five years ago) for a media platform she started called BackList (which similarly highlighted creative individuals like I do with MAKE NO!SE).
Ms. Pride is a maven of content with more than 10 years of experience of working in media as a writer, content strategist, and educator. Her firm Pride Collaborative provides story and content strategy, develops creative content projects, and manages media and web production.
Felicia’s list of accolades and accomplishments is endless, as she’s a hip-hop and education fellow at New York University, she recently co-developed the the educational materials for the PBS documentary Slavery by Another Name, is the author of seven books, with her most recent book The Message: Life Lessons from Hip-Hop’s Greatest Songs which is being republished by NBC.
Click here to learn more about Felicia, her background, and her groundbreaking work and scroll down to check out the photo shoot and complementary video which highlight Felicia at the DC release party for her book (The Message: Life Lessons from Hip-Hop’s Greatest Songs), which took place at Corinto Gallery. as well as a lecture Felicia gave at Baltimore Community College. Photography by Rosina Photography and video by Tewodross Melchishua.
For Felicia’s MAKE NO!SE video click here.
About gmoney77My name is Gerald Watson and I do lifestyle marketing for various companies/agencies. The purpose of this blog is to highlight the people I work with, the work I do as well as the shit I see on the regular.
Posted on July 11, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged corinto gallery, felicia pride, hip hop books, hip hop literature, rap books, rap music books, rap music literature, the backlist, the message, the message hip hop book. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.