Do you know what it feels like to feel included and not just accommodated or tolerated? I do. But I also know what the opposite feels like. Usually, it’s the latter.
A few weeks ago, I wrote a sponsored post about the Bentonville Film Festival and one of its sponsors. A few days later, I had the opportunity to “cover” the BFF for the organization’s social media team and was able to attend even more sessions. I’ve been meaning to come back and write my thoughts and this weekend seemed perfect because what I want to highlight is a four-night series that starts Memorial Day (May 30) on the History Channel.
The original movie Roots came out in the 70s and new adaptation is coming to the History Channel in a four-night mini-series starting 8 p.m. central time on May 30. This is from the same book by Alex Haley, but is actually four independent segments that piece together the same family’s story. Each episode focuses on a specific character over the family’s history and what’s even more cool is, each episode has a different director. We saw the third episode at a screening during the film festival and I was enthralled. Continue Reading →