New docu-series “To The Rescue” features veteran TV producer-personality Tommy Habeeb as he shares the astonishing story of dogs and the humans who rescue them.
“TrueFuture” – the online TV docu-series exploring people, places and technology – will unveil season 4 on October 22 with a special series focused on the rapidly evolving health tech industry in Israel. Hosted by entrepreneur and tech influential Joe Mullings, the series takes viewers behind the scenes to meet global innovators whose technology promises to change the world. The first of eight episodes of the 4th season will be available starting on Oct. 22 for free at TrueFuture.tv.
Israel’s flourishing tech sector will be the focus of a new TV series, streaming for free online from October 22.
True Future TV features a series of documentaries exploring people, places and tech. Hosted by entrepreneur Joe Mullings, the series aims to take viewers behind the scenes, to get the inside track on global innovators with world changing innovations.
In a recent interview, Indie artist Aya Ito discusses using her music to protest police brutality here in America.
Full article here: https://blacknewschannel.com/fuel/2020-10-13-being-a-woman-4/
Makaila Nichols from Orlando is a best-selling author, a motivational speaker and is now inviting teens and kids on a real-life moon mission.
The Blatantly Honest Foundation, founded by Nichols, looks to tackle bully. The foundation is sending photos to the moon as a way to show that kids won’t be looked down on again.
Watch the full interview with WESH 2’s Jazmin Bailey and Nichols in the video player above.
DJ Snoopadelic, yet another alter ego from multi-talented rapper/actor Snoop Dogg (Snoop Doggy Dog, Snoop Lion) played a fantastic socially distanced concert at the Del Mar Racetrack on Sunday October 4th. The concert was part of a larger series of events featuring artists of many musical genres and movie screenings produced by CBF Productions and entitled “Concerts in Your Car.”
Aiming to bring back live musical entertainment in a socially responsible way, the concert series provides a chance for people
Instagram’s latest update has introduced new anti-bullying features. These will help filter out negative comments by warning users and even hiding comments that break the community guidelines, but the company could do more.
The update comes as part of Instagram’s ten-year birthday celebration, which also includes classic icons and a new Stories Archive. The most important change, though, are the new features dedicated to