I AM SEAN BELL, Black Boys Speak by Stacey Muhammad


Stacey Muhammad is an award winning independent filmmaker and activist committed to using the power of media to educate, enlighten and empower humanity.

Her first film, “A Glimpse of Heaven, The Legacy of the Million Man March”, screened at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore, MD in 2005 and received rave reviews.

Since that time, the New Orleans, LA native has relocated to Brooklyn, NY and begun the work of documenting and preserving Hip Hop culture through film and digital media. Her projects include several short form documentaries including, “I AM SEAN BELL, black boys speak” as well as “Self Construction: Recording session in honor of a movement”.

Stacey is currently working with other artist, filmmakers and activist whose mission it is to document our history, preserve our culture and tell our own stories.

Her latest film, “Out of Our Right Minds, The Rise of Mental Illness amongst Black Women”,
is slated to be released in April 2009. Thanks Dream.

Another tragic story written by a friend over at The Sable Verity

3 Responses to “I AM SEAN BELL, Black Boys Speak by Stacey Muhammad”

  1. Matthew Fudge says:

    Very powerful. Breaks my heart hearing these young brothers express themselves. They already know not to trust cops. They know that certain cops won’t serve and protect. I still think most cops are good cops, but it’s that small group that messes it up for everyone else.

  2. michelle says:

    Nice work. I agree with Matthew. The majority of cops are good but the bad apples are rotten to the core.

  3. HarveyDent says:

    Very good doc and very moving. Those young men are impressive.

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