Africana WoManism Society

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Lillian A Smith

Joined Mar 25 2010
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68 years old
New York
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 I am a Africana Woman as is my family. I am grateful to Professor Clenora Hudson-Weems for this organization. My professional experience extends to being a journalist. I was one of the Senior Producer's of the Emmy-Award winning first audience participating talk/news show DONAHUE for almost 2 decades. I then began launching television shows for Fox Television in Los Angeles, California and a magazine format show for Trinity Church on Wall street. I launch my own media consulting firm 20 years ago, coaching media presentation and counsulting individuals on television development projects. I am currently a Partner with an Independent record label, BSE Recordings. I am overseeing the business development of the company and media director assuring exposure for our first artist of oiur label, ARIKA KANE. I am a freelance writer and often am invited to speak on the issues concerning African Americans and the media. I formed a mentorship program, YES WE CAN PROJECT.TV 20 years ago teaching our youth how to become critical thinkers of the media and information being fed to them via the media.

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Reply Eli
2:13 PM on September 8, 2016 
Awesome women!
Truly Africana Woman :)

Africana Womanism: Reclaiming Ourselves

“Africana Womanism is neither an outgrowth nor an addendum to feminism. Africana Womanism is not  Black feminism, Africana feminism, or Walker’s womanism that some Africana women have come to embrace” (Hudson-Weems, 1993).

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