#BlackCultureInAction Docu-series Sheds Light On Positive Community Contributions

Produced by N’Dia Kai, the Black Culture in Action docuseries takes a look at what makes up the Black American culture today.  The series highlights community leaders and business owners that have positive impacts on the Black American culture.

Even if Black Americans, Latinos, or White people didn’t realize it, Black Americans were contributing to society in every shape and form,” said Kai. “It’s important to shed light on these positive contributions in order to change the narrative about Black people or at least make it balance. The race issues and community issues we have been facing since forever are coming to light through the media and it’s usually pretty negative. I want to inform people about new topics and make people aware of the good that Black people are doing in America.”

In this episode, we are introduced to businessman Arnett Woodall, owner of West Philadelphia Produce.  Mr. Woodall and his family built this business to give food, security, and love to their community.  He hosts classes for people in the neighborhood and makes it his duty to uplift his community anyway he can.

Watch episode 1 below.

 If you would like more info on how to be featured on the series, please follow the hashtag #BlackCultureInAction.

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