The Weeksville Project: Mimi Harrison - Part Three
Written by Nichole Perkins.
It's the late 1920's and Harlem is the new hot spot for Black people in New York. What does that mean for the Harrison family and for Weeksville?
Performed by t
The Weeksville Project: Isaiah Harrison - Part Two
It's the early 1900's, Weeksville and Brooklyn are flourishing and the Harrison family has grown.
Written by Aiesha Turman, Keisha “TK” Dutes, and Conscious. and performed by the Bondfire Ra
The Weeksville Project: Cumberland Harrison - Part One.
Written by Kenzi James
Brooklyn in the mid 1800's is it's own city. Weeksville is a developing Free Black community and welcomes a new arrival from the South.
Performed by the Bondfir
The Weeksville Project’s first, 3 episode installment follows the fictional Harrison family through slice of life storytelling beginning with their patriarch, Cumberland’s arrival to Weeksville, Brooklyn after escaping slavery.
Q&A with program producer TK and cast of The Comet. Moderated by Marcus Dargan
Narrator - Aiesha Turman
Jim Davis: Dramatic Dyalekt
Julia: Vanessa Tanicien
President/Father: Tumani Everett
Fred: Drew McConnell
Black Woman/ Bank
Written by Du Bois in 1920, “The Comet” is set in a vaguely futuristic, yet oddly contemporary world, in which a passing comet casts a shadow of death over Manhattan. Only two people survive: Jim, a black man whose world has been one of poverty
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