November 19, 2015, Mayor Brown and the Buffalo Niagara Film Commission announced their latest project The Blackness Project, a documentary film by Korey Green. Insight International helped the PR firm announce The Blackness Project with Jackson Parker Communications.
The Blackness Project is a feature length documentary film about culture and race from the perspectives of African Americans and other minorities. The film was inspired from conversations about The Whiteness Project which is a similar documentary discussing race and the perceived loss of white privilege by white Americans. The main purpose of The Blackness Project film is to bridge the gap between white and black Americans with in-depth interviews on race. Insight International was proud to be on hand to assist the announcement of this wonderful film.
Mayor Brown addresses the film project The Blackness Project together with Executive Producer Peter Johnson and Korey Green, after being briefed by Jennifer Parker of Jackson Parker Communications.
With Jennifer Parker’s help, The Blackness Project with Jackson Parker Communications open the press event with some brief comments.
Jennifer Parker of Jackson Parker Communications, is seen with Mayor Byron Brown of Buffalo, New York. Parker helped to get ready the Mayor ready to address the press.
Mayor Brown, Executive Producer Pete Johnson, Sabina Ramsey President of Insight International, and Korey Green the Executive Director of The Blackness Project pose for the cameras.
The press has been heavily covering the film. You can see some of what the press has to say by clicking the following links below:
To learn more about The Blackness Project, please visit their official website. The Blackness Project is currently raising funds through Kickstarter to support the release of the film. The Kickstarter campaign is hoping to raise $20,000 so that the project may continue without delay. Please visit their Kickstarter for more information and consider making a donation.