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8/23/2013 Brooklyn, NY Bed Stuy Restoration Center
Time: 7:00pm Address: 1368 Fulton Street
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Little Brother screens in Restoration’s outdoor film festival. Co-presented with the Brooklyn Chapter of The Links.
7/26/2013 New Orleans, LA The Astor Crowne Plaza
Time: 10:00am Address: 739 Canal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Little Brother filmmakers and psychologist and author Dr. Jeff Menzise present “Psychological Assault: The Role of Mass Media, Spiritual Initiation and the Truth About Little Brother” at the Association of Black Psychologists Annual Convention. Find details and registration here.
2/18 – 4/13/13 Bloomfield, NJ Scott H. Kaplan Gallery, Bloomfield College
Address: 467 Franklin Street
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
Little Brother screens as the companion piece to the Question Bridge: Black Males exhibit at Bloomfield College’s Scott H. Kaplan Gallery. For screening times and details, visit bloomfield.edu.
3/15/2013 New York, NY MIST Theaters Harlem
Time: 8:15pm Address: 46 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026
Little Brother screens in The Feminine Mystique: Women Filmmakers Speak, a Creatively Speaking series, Girls Night Out Short Program. Tickets available at MISTharlem.com
3/17/2013 New York, NY MIST Theaters Harlem
Time: 5:00pm Address: 46 West 116th Street
New York, NY 10026
Encore screening: Little Brother screens in The Feminine Mystique: Women Filmmakers Speak, a Creatively Speaking series, Girls Night Out Short Program. Tickets available at MISTharlem.com
1/19/2013 Charlotte, NC Spirit Square
Time: 7:30pm Address: 345 N. College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202
Deltas of Charlotte Foundation present the 10th annual Short Film Showcase. Semi-formal. Tickets available at www.carolinatix.org
10/14/2012 Brooklyn, NY Kumble Theater, LIU Campus
Time: 3:50-4:50pm Address: DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: A Do Right Man premieres at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival. For details and tickets, visit www.reelsisters.org.
9/21/2012 Washington, DC Washington Convention Center
Time: 3:30-5:00pm Address: 801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001
Dr. Ivory Toldson presents Health Education and Literacy Policy (HELP) for School-age Black Children. The session will introduce ‘Mapping Our Pledge to Little Brothers,’ an online community engagement project that combines Dr. Toldson’s efforts and the themes of the Little Brother film series to illustrate through a digital map how revolutionizing current societal views on Black males is inevitable and welcomed.
6/25/2012 Los Angeles Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum
Time: 7:00pm Address: 4130 Overland Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
Little Brother screens as part of the St. Clair Bourne Series, an educational screening and talk-back series at the Clayton Museum, hosted by the Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers, West (BADWest).
5/5/2012 New York Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Educational Center
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm 3940 Broadway (near 165th St.)
Washington Heights, NY
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., North Manhattan Alumnae Chapter, presents “Educating Leroy: A Red Reel Discussion,” a screening and panel discussion on Black and Latino males for their annual May Week program.
5/5/2012 Brooklyn Spike Lee Screening Room, LIU Campus
Time: 3:00pm Address: DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in the 2012 Linkages: Women of African Descent Film Festival (WADFF), presented by The Brooklyn Chapter of The Links, Inc., and the Brooklyn Arts Council. Details may be found at Brooklyn Links.
4/2/2012 New York The Maysles Cinema
Time: 7:30pm Address: 343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
On the heels of the Trayvon Martin shooting, Doc Watchers presents three short films exploring what it means to be young, black and male in America today. Curated by Hellura Lyle. Followed by a Q&A with directors of all the films and a reception. Find details/tickets here.
3/29/2012 Jackson, MS Thomas Cardozo Middle School
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm Address: 3180 Mcdowell Road Ext
Jackson, MS 39204
Metro Jackson area residents are invited to join in a national discussion about ways to improve the life outcomes of Black males in the U.S. The forum will open with a screening of Little Brother followed by a discussion about “Breaking Barriers 2: Plotting the Path to Academic Success for Black Males in Mississippi.” Nicole Franklin joins acclaimed author, speaker, and research analyst Dr. Ivory A. Toldson for the event, which is free and open to the public.
The Metro Jackson forum is sponsored by Jackson Public Schools in collaboration with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and the Open Society Foundations.
3/24/2012 Camden, NJ IDEA Performing Arts Center
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm Address: 1 Harbor Blvd
Camden, NJ 08103
Little Brother returns to IDEA Performing Arts Center in Camden, New Jersey, for a special screening, followed by a panel discussion on the state of black boys in America. Hosted by Tony Award-winning poet Black Ice. Tickets $10. Contact (856) 577-8337 for more information.
3/14/2012 Harlem Harlem Stage, The Gatehouse
Time: 7:30pm Address : 150 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Little Brother returns to Harlem Stage to screen the second chapter of the series, The Street, filmed in Chicago, IL. Presented by Black Documentary Collective. Details/tickets may be found here.
2/20/2012 Brooklyn BAM Rose Cinemas
Time: 4:30pm Address: 30 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Little Brother: The Street screens at New Voices in Black Cinema Festival, presented by ActNow Foundation in conjunction with BAMcinématek. The program of short films is followed by a panel with the filmmakers and leading figures in the discussion on black adolescence. Find details/tickets here.
2/13/2012 Bloomfield, NJ Bloomfield College
Time: 8:00 – 10:00pm Student Center – Deacon’s Den
198 Liberty Street
Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003
Little Brother screens as part of the Male Empowerment Network (M.E.N.) program, “Boys to Men.” Co-presented with Phi Beta Sigma, Iota Phi Theta and Lambda Chi fraternities.
2/12/2012 Durham, NC The Hayti Heritage Center
Time: 2:00pm Address: 804 Old Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27701
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart has its NC festival premiere at the 18th Annual Hayti Heritage Film Festival. Find details here.
2/2/2012 Nashville Belmont University
Time: 4:00 – 6:00pm Address: Beaman Student Life Ctr, A&B
1900 Belmont Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37212-3757
The Nashville Premiere of Little Brother will be presented at Belmont University, followed by a community discussion with civic leaders, public policy-makers and others regarding the educational, public policy and public health issues impacting young Black males. Facilitated by Dr. Raymond Winbush. The event is free and open to the public.
12/15/2011 (Radio) SiriusXM Radio Channel 128
Time: 9:30am ET
(Repeat broadcast at 11:30pm ET)
Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin are interviewed by Shawna Renee of CocoaMode radio show, on Sirius XM Channel 128. Listen to the full interview here.
12/11/2011 New York Pen and Brush Gallery
Time: 12 noon – 8:00pm Address: 16 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003
Little Brother participates in Art Day Extravaganza, featuring women in the arts. The day includes short films, art exhibits and readings. For more information and tickets, visit www.penandbrush.org
12/10/2011 (Web) Society HAE
Little Brother filmmakers Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin are interviewed by Shannon Effinger of SocietyHAE. Listen to the full interview here: http://www.societyhae.com/profiles/blogs/little-brother-film-series
11/29/2011 Nationwide (U.S.) Documentary Channel
Time: 8:00pm EST Dish Network Channel 197
(Repeat Broadcast at 11:00pm EST) and DirecTV Channel 267
EPIPHANY Inc. is proud to present the U.S. National Television Premiere of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart on Documentary Channel, Tuesday, November 29th at 8pm Eastern. Details on the broadcast may be found at Documentary Channel.
11/1/2011 Albany, NY WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm Address: 339 Central Avenue
Albany, NY
Little Brother is featured at Upstate Independents (UI), a non-profit organization consisting of filmmakers, actors, screenwriters, and other media artists. For more info, visit: www.upstateindependents.com
10/21/2011 Newark, NJ Bethany Baptist Church,
Fellowship Hall
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Address: 275 West Market Street
Newark, NJ 07103
Little Brother screens at the Bethany Baptist Church 140th Anniversary celebration. Program to include a group youth discussion surrounding the film. For more info and to reserve your seat, contact Bethany Baptist Church at (973) 623-8161 or email ayasha7@yahoo.com.
10/16/2011 Brooklyn Kumble Theater, LIU Campus
Time: 2:20pm – 3:30pm Address: DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: The Street has its New York premiere at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival, in the Stressful Times shorts program.Cost: $7.00For details and tickets, visit: http://reelsisters.org
9/29/2011 (Radio) http://blogtalkradio.com/24hrmom
Time: 1:00pm ET
The 24 Hour Mom Show invites guests Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin to discuss their film Little Brother: Things Fall Apart. The 24 Hour Mom show is a bi-weekly broadcast hosted by Luva Alvarez and a team of moms who discuss efforts to raise happy and healthy families, have meaningful relationships, and achieve their life goals. For more info, visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/24hrmom.
9/18/2011 Sag Harbor Bay Street Theatre
Time: 6:30pm Address: 1 Bay Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963-3109
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in The Hamptons Black International Film Festival (HBIFF.) Filmmaker Q&A to follow. More details can be found at www.hbiff.org.
8/23/2011 (Radio) WKKC 89.3 Chicago
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm CT
Nicole Franklin appears as a guest on “Live with Harold Lee Rush” radio show. Listen Live: http://bit.ly/oIV2wi
6/18/2011 Brooklyn South Oxford Space
Time: 1:00pm & 4:00pm ET Address: 138 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in the 11th Annual Juneteenth Arts Festival, produced by the Cooperative Culture Collective, Urban Bush Women, and ActNow Foundation. For more information, visit:
5/4/2011 Harlem Harlem Stage
Time: 7:30pm ET Address: 150 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Harlem Stage presents a night of short films in partnership with the Black Documentary Collective.For details and tickets, visit http://tinyurl.com/2gxw2el
4/6/2011 Brooklyn Long Island University, Avena Lounge
Time: 7:00pm ET Address: Long Island University
1 University Plaza
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Little Brother partners with the Delta Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. to present a screening and Q&A with filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett.
3/12/2011 Brooklyn House of Art
Time: 4:00pm Address: 373 Lewis Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11233
House of Art Gallery hosts a Little Brother Community Forum. Participate in an intimate screening and talk with filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett on Black boys and issues surrounding Love in our communities.Admission: $10
3/10/2011 New York Eugene Lang College, The New School
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm Address: G529 at 80 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10011
The Eugene Lang College Ethnicity & Race Program is proud to host a screening of two provocative short-films exploring the lives of young black men, Little Brother and Alternative High: The Troy Sean Welcome Story. Immediately following the screening there will be a discussion with the producers of these two films–who will engage the audience about the educational, public-policy, and public health issues that permeate both films.
3/10-12/11 Detroit Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Time: TBD Address: 315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will screen at Detroit Women of Color Film Festival. Visit www.dwcfilmfest.com for more info.
2/27/2011 (Radio) http://bit.ly/KOdbv
Time: 5:00pm ET
UPDATE, a progressive hour news magazine radio broadcast for progressive-minded people, airs and streams live on www.wlkf.com, with guests Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin, discussing their film series Little Brother.
2/25/2011 Union, NJ Kean University (STEM Building)
Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm 1075 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ
Join United Way of Greater Union County’s African American Leadership Initiative (AALI) to celebrate and continue the tradition of “Making a Mark” in the world.The evening will feature a screening of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart as well as a special presentation and appearance by The New Jersey Orators.Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/153684
2/12/2011 Baltimore Morgan State University Student Center
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm Calvin and Tina Tyler Ballroom
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD
Award winning filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett will present and discuss their documentary film Little Brother. If you have or know anyone raising or teaching young Black boys, come and bring them for a wonderful evening of discussion about the challenges faced by young Black boys in the United States.
11/13/2010 Princeton, NJ Chauncey Conference Center
Time: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Address: 660 Rosedale Road
Princeton, NJ
ETS Climbing the Academic Achievement Ladder Conference:Promoting the Success of Black MalesNicole Franklin will attend the conference, which includes a screening and discussion of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart. For more information and registration, visit:http://www.ets.org/sponsored_events/academic_achievement_ladder/
10/16/2010 Brooklyn Kumble Theater, LIU Campus
Time: 6:10pm Address: Dekalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will have its premiereduring Brotha, Brotha, There’s Far Too Many of You Dying atReel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival
Screening to be followed by Q&A with the filmmakersFor more information: http://reelsisters.org/
10/8/2010 New Brunswick, NJ New Jersey Black Issues Conference
Time: All Day Address: Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
Two Albany Street,
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA 08901
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will present at the 28th Annual Black Leadership Conference, hosted by the New Jersey Black Issues ConventionFor more information, visit www.njbic.org
9/14/2010 (Radio) www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-bolds
Time: 7:00pm ET
Filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett, Consultant Dr. Raymond A. Winbush, and Sylvester Servance of Camden NJ’s Hope Community Outreach Center join Denise Bolds on the Bold Lioness radio show to discuss Little Brother and the challenges Black boys face.
Playback available: http://tinyurl.com/37d7vkt
9/21/12 Washington, DC Washington Convention Center
Time: 3:30-5:00pm Address: 801 Mount Vernon Place NW
Washington, DC 20001
Dr. Ivory Toldson presents Health Education and Literacy Policy (HELP) for School-age Black Children. The session will introduce ‘Mapping Our Pledge to Little Brothers,’ an online community engagement project that combines Dr. Toldson’s efforts and the themes of the Little Brother film series to illustrate through a digital map how revolutionizing current societal views on Black males is inevitable and welcomed.
To attend the conference and see the mapping project unveiled in person, contact Kalyn Hall with The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation at (202) 263-2806, KHall@cbcfinc.org.
6/25/12 Los Angeles Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum
Time: 7:00pm Address: 4130 Overland Ave
Culver City, CA 90230
Little Brother screens as part of the St. Clair Bourne Series, an educational screening and talk-back series at the Clayton Museum, hosted by the Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers, West (BADWest).
5/5/12 New York Malcolm X & Dr. Betty Shabazz Memorial & Educational Center
Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm 3940 Broadway (near 165th St.)
Washington Heights, NY
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., North Manhattan Alumnae Chapter, presents “Educating Leroy: A Red Reel Discussion,” a screening and panel discussion on Black and Latino males for their annual May Week program.
5/5/12 Brooklyn Spike Lee Screening Room, LIU Campus
Time: 3:00pm Address: DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in the 2012 Linkages: Women of African Descent Film Festival (WADFF), presented by The Brooklyn Chapter of The Links, Inc., and the Brooklyn Arts Council. Details may be found at Brooklyn Links.
4/2/12 New York The Maysles Cinema
Time: 7:30pm Address: 343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
On the heels of the Trayvon Martin shooting, Doc Watchers presents three short films exploring what it means to be young, black and male in America today. Curated by Hellura Lyle. Followed by a Q&A with directors of all the films and a reception. Find details/tickets here.
3/29/12 Jackson, MS Thomas Cardozo Middle School
Time: 6:00 – 7:30pm Address: 3180 Mcdowell Road Ext
Jackson, MS 39204
Metro Jackson area residents are invited to join in a national discussion about ways to improve the life outcomes of Black males in the U.S. The forum will open with a screening of Little Brother followed by a discussion about “Breaking Barriers 2: Plotting the Path to Academic Success for Black Males in Mississippi.” Nicole Franklin joins acclaimed author, speaker, and research analyst Dr. Ivory A. Toldson for the event, which is free and open to the public.
The Metro Jackson forum is sponsored by Jackson Public Schools in collaboration with the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation and the Open Society Foundations.
3/24/12 Camden, NJ IDEA Performing Arts Center
Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm Address: 1 Harbor Blvd
Camden, NJ 08103
Little Brother returns to IDEA Performing Arts Center in Camden, New Jersey, for a special screening, followed by a panel discussion on the state of black boys in America. Hosted by Tony Award-winning poet Black Ice. Tickets $10. Contact (856) 577-8337 for more information.
3/14/12 Harlem Harlem Stage, The Gatehouse
Time: 7:30pm Address : 150 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Little Brother returns to Harlem Stage to screen the second chapter of the series, The Street, filmed in Chicago, IL. Presented by Black Documentary Collective. Details/tickets may be found here.
 
2/20/12 Brooklyn BAM Rose Cinemas
Time: 4:30pm Address: 30 Lafayette Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Little Brother: The Street screens at New Voices in Black Cinema Festival, presented by ActNow Foundation in conjunction with BAMcinématek. The program of short films is followed by a panel with the filmmakers and leading figures in the discussion on black adolescence.  Find details/tickets here.
2/13/12 Bloomfield, NJ Bloomfield College
Time: 8:00 – 10:00pm Student Center – Deacon’s Den
198 Liberty Street
Bloomfield, New Jersey 07003
Little Brother screens as part of the Male Empowerment Network (M.E.N.) program, “Boys to Men.” Co-presented with Phi Beta Sigma, Iota Phi Theta and Lambda Chi fraternities.
2/12/12 Durham, NC The Hayti Heritage Center
Time: 2:00pm Address: 804 Old Fayetteville Street
Durham, NC 27701
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart has its NC festival premiere at the 18th Annual Hayti Heritage Film Festival. Find details here.
 
 
2/2/2012 Nashville Belmont University
Time: 4:00 – 6:00pm Address: Beaman Student Life Ctr, A&B
1900 Belmont Boulevard
Nashville, Tennessee 37212-3757
The Nashville Premiere of Little Brother will be presented at Belmont University, followed by a community discussion with civic leaders, public policy-makers and others regarding the educational, public policy and public health issues impacting young Black males. Facilitated by Dr. Raymond Winbush. The event is free and open to the public.
12/15/11 (Radio) SiriusXM Radio Channel 128
Time: 9:30am ET
(Repeat broadcast at 11:30pm ET)
Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin are interviewed by Shawna Renee of CocoaMode radio show, on Sirius XM Channel 128. Listen to the full interview here.
   
12/11/11 New York Pen and Brush Gallery
Time: 12 noon – 8:00pm Address: 16 East 10th Street
New York, NY 10003
Little Brother participates in Art Day Extravaganza, featuring women in the arts. The day includes short films, art exhibits and readings. For more information and tickets, visit www.penandbrush.org
12/10/11 (Web) Society HAE
Little Brother filmmakers Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin are interviewed by Shannon Effinger of SocietyHAE. Listen to the full interview here: http://www.societyhae.com/profiles/blogs/little-brother-film-series
11/29/11 Nationwide (U.S.) Documentary Channel
Time: 8:00pm EST Dish Network Channel 197
(Repeat Broadcast at 11:00pm EST) and DirecTV Channel 267
EPIPHANY Inc. is proud to present the U.S. National Television Premiere of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart on Documentary Channel, Tuesday, November 29th at 8pm Eastern. Details on the broadcast may be found at Documentary Channel.
11/1/11 Albany, NY WAMC’s Performing Arts Studio
Time: 6:30pm – 9:30pm Address: 339 Central Avenue
Albany, NY
Little Brother is featured at Upstate Independents (UI), a non-profit organization consisting of filmmakers, actors, screenwriters, and other media artists. For more info, visit: www.upstateindependents.com
10/21/11 Newark, NJ Bethany Baptist Church,
Fellowship Hall
Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm Address: 275 West Market Street
Newark, NJ 07103
Little Brother screens at the Bethany Baptist Church 140th Anniversary celebration. Program to include a group youth discussion surrounding the film. For more info and to reserve your seat, contact Bethany Baptist Church at (973) 623-8161 or email ayasha7@yahoo.com.
10/16/11 Brooklyn Kumble Theater, LIU Campus
Time: 2:20pm – 3:30pm Address: DeKalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: The Street has its New York premiere at Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival, in the Stressful Times shorts program.Cost: $7.00For details and tickets, visit: http://reelsisters.org
9/29/11 (Radio) http://blogtalkradio.com/24hrmom
Time: 1:00pm ET
The 24 Hour Mom Show invites guests Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin to discuss their film Little Brother: Things Fall Apart. The 24 Hour Mom show is a bi-weekly broadcast hosted by Luva Alvarez and a team of moms who discuss efforts to raise happy and healthy families, have meaningful relationships, and achieve their life goals. For more info, visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/24hrmom.
9/18/11 Sag Harbor Bay Street Theatre
Time: 6:30pm Address: 1 Bay Street
Sag Harbor, NY 11963-3109
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in The Hamptons Black International Film Festival (HBIFF.) Filmmaker Q&A to follow. More details can be found at www.hbiff.org.
 
8/23/11 (Radio) WKKC 89.3 Chicago
Time: 10:00am – 2:00pm CT
Nicole Franklin appears as a guest on “Live with Harold Lee Rush” radio show. Listen Live: http://bit.ly/oIV2wi
6/18/11 Brooklyn South Oxford Space
Time: 1:00pm & 4:00pm ET Address: 138 South Oxford Street
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart screens in the 11th Annual Juneteenth Arts Festival, produced by the Cooperative Culture Collective, Urban Bush Women, and ActNow Foundation. For more information, visit:
 
5/4/11 Harlem Harlem Stage
Time: 7:30pm ET Address: 150 Convent Avenue
New York, NY 10031
Harlem Stage presents a night of short films in partnership with the Black Documentary Collective.For details and tickets, visit http://tinyurl.com/2gxw2el
 
4/6/11 Brooklyn Long Island University, Avena Lounge
Time: 7:00pm ET Address: Long Island University
1 University Plaza
Brooklyn, NY 11203
Little Brother partners with the Delta Mu Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. to present a screening and Q&A with filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett.
 
3/12/11 Brooklyn House of Art
Time: 4:00pm Address: 373 Lewis Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11233
House of Art Gallery hosts a Little Brother Community Forum. Participate in an intimate screening and talk with filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett on Black boys and issues surrounding Love in our communities.Admission: $10
3/10/11 New York Eugene Lang College, The New School
Time: 12:00pm – 1:30pm Address: G529 at 80 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10011
The Eugene Lang College Ethnicity & Race Program is proud to host a screening of two provocative short-films exploring the lives of young black men, Little Brother and Alternative High: The Troy Sean Welcome Story. Immediately following the screening there will be a discussion with the producers of these two films–who will engage the audience about the educational, public-policy, and public health issues that permeate both films.
3/10-12/11 Detroit Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Time: TBD Address: 315 East Warren Avenue
Detroit, MI 48202
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will screen at Detroit Women of Color Film Festival. Visit www.dwcfilmfest.com for more info.
2/27/11 (Radio) http://bit.ly/KOdbv
Time: 5:00pm ET
UPDATE, a progressive hour news magazine radio broadcast for progressive-minded people, airs and streams live on www.wlkf.com, with guests Jasmin Tiggett and Nicole Franklin, discussing their film series Little Brother.
2/25/11 Union, NJ Kean University (STEM Building)
Time: 6:30 – 9:00pm 1075 Morris Avenue
Union, NJ
Join United Way of Greater Union County’s African American Leadership Initiative (AALI) to celebrate and continue the tradition of “Making a Mark” in the world.The evening will feature a screening of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart as well as a special presentation and appearance by The New Jersey Orators.Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/153684
2/12/11 Baltimore Morgan State University Student Center
Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm Calvin and Tina Tyler Ballroom
1700 East Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD
Award winning filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett will present and discuss their documentary film Little Brother. If you have or know anyone raising or teaching young Black boys, come and bring them for a wonderful evening of discussion about the challenges faced by young Black boys in the United States.
11/13/10 Princeton, NJ Chauncey Conference Center
Time: 8:00 am – 3:30 pm Address: 660 Rosedale Road
Princeton, NJ
ETS Climbing the Academic Achievement Ladder Conference:Promoting the Success of Black MalesNicole Franklin will attend the conference, which includes a screening and discussion of Little Brother: Things Fall Apart. For more information and registration, visit:http://www.ets.org/sponsored_events/academic_achievement_ladder/
10/16/10 Brooklyn Kumble Theater, LIU Campus
Time: 6:10pm Address: Dekalb Avenue at Flatbush
Downtown Brooklyn, NY
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will have its premiereduring Brotha, Brotha, There’s Far Too Many of You Dying atReel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival
Screening to be followed by Q&A with the filmmakersFor more information: http://reelsisters.org/
     
10/8/10 New Brunswick, NJ New Jersey Black Issues Conference
Time: All Day Address: Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
Two Albany Street,
New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA 08901
Little Brother: Things Fall Apart will present at the 28th Annual Black Leadership Conference, hosted by the New Jersey Black Issues ConventionFor more information, visit www.njbic.org
9/14/10 (Radio) www.blogtalkradio.com/denise-bolds
Time: 7:00pm ET
Filmmakers Nicole Franklin and Jasmin Tiggett, Consultant Dr. Raymond A. Winbush, and Sylvester Servance of Camden NJ’s Hope Community Outreach Center join Denise Bolds on the Bold Lioness radio show to discuss Little Brother and the challenges Black boys face.
Playback available: http://tinyurl.com/37d7vkt