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Dr. Eddie Henderson is a renowned American jazz trumpeter and flugelhorn player. He was born on October 26, 1940, in New York City. His father was a singer with the Charioteers, and his mother was a dancer at the Cotton Club. Henderson's playing is characterized by his lyrical phrasing, inventive improvisations, and use of space and silence in his solos and his ability to  blend traditional jazz styles with more contemporary elements, such as funk and soul.

Eddie Henderson

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You are never too famous to escape racism and racial profiling. Awadagin Pratt is a renowned concert pianist, conductor, and violinist. In 1992, Mr. Pratt won the prestigious Naumburg International Piano Competition. Pratt is acclaimed for his musical prowess, skilled recitals, and performances with symphony orchestras. The film Awadagin Pratt: Black in America reveals his climb to fame and is a candid conversation about what it is like to be a person of color in the United States. Awadagin Pratt: Black in America confronts issues of privilege and racism in America and tells a personal account of an all-too-common experience for many people of color in America and worldwide.

Awadagin Pratt: Black in America

The documentary Enough White Teacups highlights the Danish non-profit INDEX, based on Scandinavian design culture and practice, and explains how inventions are designed to impact daily life.  Enough White Teacups examines sustainable designs/inventions that embrace the principles of social, economic, and ecological sustainability and examines how INDEX uses the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as guidelines and inspiration for their design competition and education programs.

Enough White Teacups

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The desolate, alien landscape of the Bonneville Salt Flats, barren, gleaming white…in the distance, the faint, high whine of motorcycles shifting through gears…and then three woman stream into view on their roaring machines. Designed as a feature length documentary, Klocked: Women with Horsepower focuses on women motorcycle land speed record holders Laura Klock and her two daughters Erika and Karlee Cobb.

Klocked: Women with Horsepower


Since the 1870’s women have been Driven to Ride… Two-wheeled vehicles gave women a first real taste of the wild thrill found in unfettered mobility. Victorian Age corsets and billowing skirts were set aside as riding unleashed the power hidden within and the freedom to give that power pursuit.

Driven to Ride is a documentary that explores the unstoppable spirit and diversity of  women motorcycle riders. Riders featured in the documentary include Betsy Huelskamp, Erin Doherty-Ratay, Masyn Moyer, Janice Ferrante, Debra Conroy and Julie Graff.

Driven to Ride

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