Speaker - Cheo Tyehimba Taylor

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In 2012, as creator and executive producer of the Game Changers Project, Cheo Tyehimba Taylor led the GCP Fellows to produce 30 micro-documentary films for 30 non-profits across the country that advocate for Black men and boys and was nominated for Ebony Magazine’s MANifest Award for the work. A graduate of the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television’s Screenwriting Track and the City University of New York Graduate School, he’s written and produced for various networks, foundations, blogs, and publications, including Time Warner, the Open Society Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Ford Foundation,,, Entertainment Weekly, People, Vibe, Essence, The Washington Post, George (where he worked with John F. Kennedy, Jr.), and others. His writing (both fiction and non-fiction) has been featured in many publications, books, and anthologies.

6 Programs

Black Male Re-Imagined Panel: Arts and Activism

10.11.16 | 00:18:29 min | 0 comments

Interview: Taylor Bennet

10.11.16 | 00:15:23 min | 0 comments

Black Male Re-Imagined Panel: Activism

10.11.16 | 00:21:54 min | 0 comments

Black Male Re-Imagined Panel: Futurists

10.11.16 | 00:25:22 min | 0 comments

Interview: David Johns

10.11.16 | 00:20:12 min | 0 comments

Interview: Lalah Hathaway

10.11.16 | 00:15:54 min | 0 comments