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Synopsis: A riveting firsthand account and incisive analysis of a modern protest, that takes place in Pittsburgh, PA. Revealing internet-fueled social movements’ of justice for George Floyd.
Emmai Alaquiva, an Emmy Award-winning film director, photographer, and composer, skillfully showcases soulful accounts of humanity across multidisciplinary art platforms.
Once homeless, Alaquiva shifted the trajectory of his life’s path to become one of the most distinct trailblazers in the arena of creative arts. Today, he is a Fox Rothchild’s “Top CEO” of Ya Momz House, Inc, a digital multimedia agency, co-founder of Hip-Hop On L.O.C.K. an arts education program for youth K-12 and curator of the interactive photography exhibit, OpticVoices. Alaquiva’s enraptured work can be seen internationally on the PBS, BBC, NBC and CBS networks. This 8-Time Telly Award-winner now serves on the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts under Governor Tom Wolf, honored as Black Enterprise Magazine’s “BE Modern Man of Distinction” and is a national BMe Community Leader recognized by President Barack Obama. The Sky is NOT the limit.