Live Chat: "Black Folk Don't...What?", Aug. 30 at 4:30pm EST

Posted on August 29, 2011
Are there some things you've heard "black folk don't..." do? Join the live chat with filmmaker Angela Tucker and comedian Baratunde Thurston on Tuesday, Aug. 30th at  4:30pm EST, brought to you by our friends at the National Black Programming Consortium.


  

BlackPublicMedia.org is hosting a live web chat for the Black Folk Don't... web series which explores the grey areas between stereotype and truth. The chat will feature comedian and blogger for The Onion Baratunde Thurston. Join Baratunde and series producer Angela Tucker as they respond to your questions about the series and your own "Black Folk Don't-isms."  

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