Anti-Racism, Inclusion, and Diversity Discussion with André Robert Lee

I am looking forward to having André Robert Lee, an Educator, Film Maker, & Speaker as a guest on March 31st, 2021 at 6:30 PM EST, where we'll be discussing Anti-Racism, Inclusion and Diversity. Please click here for details and to register. There will also be some free giveaways. See you in a few weeks. Below is a bio about André Robert Lee.

André Robert Lee is a Film Maker, Keynote Speaker, Consultant, Writer, and Educator. He has committed his entire career to building an army of change agents. His process includes Many Things; New York City Public Schools, The Ford Foundation, Miramax Films, Urbanworld, Film Movement, Diana Ross, BET, Universal, PBS, HBO, Sundance, Picturehouse, and Dreamworks. André directed and produced The Prep School Negro and took it on a worldwide tour over the past 12 years. André’s served as producer on the documentary I’m Not Racist…Am I? André received a Fellowship in 2013 and was tasked with Directing and Producing the 12-month series Life Cycles of Inequity: A Colorlines Series on Black Men. André created The Election Effects Project for Paramount TV. André’s film Virtually Free is the story of incarcerated youth in Richmond, Virginia and has won best short documentary at a few film festivals. André’s next film is The Road to Justice which documents the Civil Rights Tours he has led throughout the American South. He is the Executive Producer on this film. His Co-Directors worked closely with André to craft this story. André has also been tasked with developing short documentary for Strayer Studies in partnership with Blackhouse (Sundance), which will be used in Strayer University online classes with an effort to bring lessons to real life. André has also been leading the cause for development of a feature film or series on the life and times of Bayard Rustin. André also teaches Filmmaking at the Germantown Friends School. He has worked with the school to develop a film program for Middle and Upper School. André has also served as a Professor of writing at The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania.

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