Kansas City Missouri Producer and Director Honesty Edwards is creative, free-spirited and passionate about film. However, she admits as a woman in film, “you have to earn your respect,” in a recent interview with She’s Our Rock.com. Edwards is currently Creative Producer of the Digital Drama Series Bronx SIU (TV Series 2018– ), which recently received Emmy buzz for the impending 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards on May 5th … Continue reading Kansas City Director Honesty Edwards, Creative Producer of the Digital Drama Series Bronx SIU, Talks Season I and the Progress for Women in Film in an Interview
“I admit I am tired of changing my voice and wearing a wig in order to report on TV.” – Tiffany Noble-Jones Former co-anchor for WJTV This Morning Tiffany Noble-Jones was courageous enough to break her silence about the discrimination that she had experienced on her job. It was all because she chose to wear her natural hair. Her story adds to a long history … Continue reading A Letter to Tiffany Noble-Jones: Thank You for Your Courage!
On the last episode of Indie Dreams, Comedienne Kodi Me’Chele and Comedians Cee Jay Craxx and Hassan Oliver touched on many different topics but one topic is sensitive for many African Americans — Bill Cosby’s recent conviction. After kicking off the show with laughter and witty comments, the tone quickly turned serious when the 80-year-old comedian and actor Bill Cosby’s name came up in the … Continue reading Comedienne Kodi Me’ Chele And Comedians Hassan Oliver And Cee Jay Craxx Give Tips For Performers And Say Bill Cosby Will Always Be A Legend In A Recent Interview
Today on the show, now called “Indie Dreams,” I had the honor of chatting with the beautiful Jenie from Rockaway Queens, New York. Her spirit is so warm and vibrant and boy can she blow! I admit, I was a little nervous when beginning the interview, but she allowed me to be myself! She is definitely a natural. But with every show, I am growing and learning. … Continue reading Up-and-Coming Artist Jenie Talks About Her New Single, “Leave,” Her Fears in the Industry and What it Takes to be an Indie Artist.