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JARO Screening Room
INTRODUCING THE SHORTS SCREENING ROOM
for short films by independent filmmakers to showcase and receive feedback on their work, promote themselves, network with industry professionals, and build an audience.
Mentorship: Supporting the Next Generation of Black Creatives
Navigating the Entertainment Industry: Tips for Black Content Creators
The Power of Music in Cultural Preservation: Revitalizing African Traditions
Supporting Black-Owned Businesses in the Arts and Entertainment Industry
Innovative Approaches to Black Storytelling in the Digital Age
Black Podcasts: Amplifying Diverse Voices and Perspectives
JARO Featured Movies
A wrongfully accused man must rely on a public defender to prove his innocence.
A musical about a young father struggling but determined to realize his dream to become a rap star while raising his son.
While her husband is away at war, Marqueaux creates a revolutionary device that allows the couple to have physical contact through computers.
A heroin addict is living fix to fix, and on the fringe of society whose encounter with a mysterious stranger allows her a chance at redemption.
JARO Artists of the Month
Grace Kisa’s sculptures features blue porcelain faces, one with a bluebird on its head, on top of brass candlestick bodies.
This untitled work by Isi Akahome inspires the mind and captivate the soul of the viewer. We’ll call it Black and Blue.
Rich jewel tones of blue, green and opalescent white form the elemental shapes and background of “Abundance” by Maurice Evans.
The artwork entitled “Hands on the Bass” is one of George Nock’s concept drawings, used as a prototype sculpture cast in bronze.
JARO World of Books
James Baldwin’s 100th Birthday Is Celebrated By Penguin Classics And A Partnership With Hay Festival
‘A World In Common’: New Book Explores the Visual and Cultural Tapestry of Contemporary African Photography
New Book ‘Black Voices’ Is An Empowering Compilation Of Quotes From Thought Leaders Across The Diaspora
‘Money Talks’: Book by 24 Black Authors Reshapes Financial Literacy for Families and Small Businesses
Best-Selling Coloring Book Author Latoya Nicole Initiates Program To Help Black Women Accomplish Their Publishing Goals
Urban Reader Bookstore, A Black-Owned Bookstore in North Carolina, Goes Mobile
JARO Podcast Network
Executive Producers James Acheson and Markuann Smith, along with cast members Antoinette Crowe-Legacy and Nigel Thatch share their journeys and experiences in the development and creation of the show Godfather of Harlem.
Songwriter, actor and singer, Prince Cre McEntyre proves that creativity is resilient through the multiple pandemics of disease and racial injustice.
Actor Clifton Powell discusses his longevity in the craft and his secrets to success.
Singer, songwriter, McDonald shares her music and the messages that lay within. She also brings a fresh air approach to the music industry and spreading joy.
Five-time Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter, Antony “Tony” Williams has become one of the most heard voices in today’s musical landscape.
The art of Marie-Denise Douyon reflects a cross-cultural identity informed by the confluence of her three homes.
Debut novelist Alicia Williams takes listeners through an emotional and painful, yet hopeful adolescent journey impacted by internalized racism and abuse
JARO Magazine Trending Article
JARO Spotlight: Mike Rae Anderson On Award-Winning Film ‘In The Matchbox,’ Empowering Others, And Activism In The Community
Rashaad Newsome’s AI Creation ‘Being’ Is A Scholarly Educator and Poet Informed By Black Intellectuals
‘In Service to Whom’: Solange Announces New Art Exhibition
‘Silver & Gold’ Returns to JARO: Review of Caper 7
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