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.

Episodes

Highlight of "King Richard"

Host Kim Singleton discusses the film "King Richard" with Glenn Gilliam.  Glenn is the Director of Strategic Partnerships for the Althea Film Project.  "King Richard" stars Will Smith, Aunjanue Ellis, Saniyya Sidney and Demi Singleton.

Highlight of veteran actress Marie Thomas

Host Kim Singleton sits down with actress Marie Thomas.  She is a veteran of stage and screen. Marie is most known for her performance in the play "Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope" and her role on the popular soap opera "The Doctors".
 

Highlight of the documentary "Giving Voice"

Host Kim Singleton discusses  the Netflix documentary, Giving Voice with guest Thelma Ramsey (educator/artist/writer), Justine Robinson (actress/writer) and June E. Townes (singer/performer/founder of Gospera).   Giving Voice follows the journey of high school students participating in the August...

Highlight of 1950 Classic Film "No Way Out"

Guest Glenn Gilliam (Executive Director of the "Althea" Documentary) joins host Kim Singleton to discuss the Classic 1950 Film "No Way Out"  starring Sidney Poitier. Poitier plays a black doctor who is assigned to treat two white racist suspects who are brothers, and when one dies, it causes tension...

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December 14, 2023

This Week on MNN we recognize International Migrants Day