The Cheats Movement & VMFA Present Finding Tomorrow: Experiences In Black Leadership

by | Feb 21, 2014 | POLITICS

The Cheats Movement and the Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts have joined forces to put together a documentary film series featuring interviews with leaders of today’s black community in Richmond.

The Cheats Movement and the Virginia Museum Of Fine Arts have joined forces to put together a documentary film series featuring interviews with leaders of today’s black community in Richmond. Conducted, produced, and directed by Marc Cheatham, creator of The Cheats Movement, and Darrian P. Mack, Director of Audience Development at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Finding Tomorrow: Experiences In Black Leadership seeks to create “dialogue regarding the challenges facing the black community in 2014 and the leadership required to move forward.”

The interview series will feature Dr. Lance Watson, Mayor Dwight Jones, Sister Cora Mare Billings, RSM, Tawnya Pettiford-Wates, Phd., Lorna Pinckney, Damon Jiggetts, Hamilton Glass, and Darrian P. Mack. Cheatham says that Finding Tomorrow is “designed to spark discussion, provide inspiration, and capture this important time in our culture.” Watch the trailer for the interview series below, and keep an eye on the Finding Tomorrow YouTube channel at youtube.com/tomorrowrva to catch the full series, coming soon.

Marilyn Drew Necci

Marilyn Drew Necci

GayRVA editor-in-chief, RVA Magazine editor for print and web. Anxiety expert, proud trans woman, happily married.




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