Consider It Blacklit
Consider it Blacklit is a weekly show that highlights films, television programs and stage plays that feature African Americans up front and behind the scenes. The show also highlights social issues, as it relates to these programs, and how they impact our communities. Show host Kim Singleton interviews directors, writers, producers, actors, content creators and overall film/television/stage enthusiasts.
Host Kim Singleton discusses the HBO Documentary Black Art: In the Absence of Light with art enthusiast Arlene Bascom.
Consider It Blacklit host Kim Singleton discusses the documentary "Balloon Man" with producer/director Chantal Potter. This film tells the story of former NFL player Bill Costen, the first African American hot air balloon master.
Consider It Blacklit Host Kim Singleton discusses the "Ms. Renaissance" series with show creator Ambre Anderson.