Bridging information gaps, one community at a time.

Isabelle Halle hosts a baguette experience in her home in Tempe, Arizona. People from all over the world come and connect over food and conversation. Shot on my Canon SL2.

The New Journal and Guide was formed in 1900. By World War II, it was the largest black employer in the South. 118 years after its founding, it follows the same mission of informing and empowering the African-American community, while tackling the challenges of the new media age. Produced/directed/shot by Daja E. Henry. Voiceover by Ila Wilborn. Introductory graphic by Tony Holobyte. Shot on my Canon SL2.