This past week was a rollercoaster, prime leaders in local government like I.Daneek Miller,Alicia Hyndman, and all others within Queens delegation returned back their previous seats in office thanks to the audacity of its constituency…
As for the election of Brian Cunningham, in the 40th district of Brooklyn, it was a close race, we shall see what happens for the Young King in the pressing future of our New York Politics… Stay tune…
We all are winners, you just have to finish the race not “fast” but “smart”… I had the pleasure of enjoying the private invite only breakfast yesterday hosted by 135 agency; in the morning at the London NYC hotel in Midtown Manhattan for the premiere of the Sundance Film Festival sensation “Step“ the movie. The coming of age story as the “film industry” likes to label it, the girls featured in the film; hail from the city of Downtown Baltimore, Maryland and their story of triumph is chronologically told to us from their own views. The movie debuts in theaters August 4th 2017.
The movie is set in a school community, a charter school which had a losing step team until this particular year they gained a new captain who just happen to be their “savior” in this documentary.
The movie’s run time is 83 min.
STEP documents the senior year of a girls’ high-school step dance team against the background of inner-city Baltimore. As each one tries to become the first in their families to attend college, the girls strive to make their dancing a success against the backdrop of social unrest in the troubled city.
Directed by: Amanda Lipitz
Produced by: Amanda Lipitz, Steven Cantor
Featuring: Blessin Giraldo, Cori Grainger, Tayla Solomon, Gari McIntyre, and Paula Dofat
Usher is quite busy in Hollywood and charitable works. Usher is gearing up to not only play Sugar Ray Leonard, but he’s passionate about education. Usher will be putting his efforts into a documentary “Undroppable” which he will be executive producing. The doc will capture the high drop out rate in the Nations schools in America.
The Qweens maybe late on this story but it is still inspiring regardless the post date, Beyonce was inspired by James Martin. He is an 18 year old with a degree in biology and a 3.9 gpa from Florida Atlantic University. Beyonce personally sought him out and invited his family for a meet and greet.