Category Archives: art

But what about Iron Eyes Cody? The Controvesy of Pharrell’s ELLE cover #APDTA

While reading all the hype about Pharrell Williams wearing a Native American headdress I started to think…but what about Iron Eyes Cody? Did you know that the Indian Chief we all cried with on TV back in the days was not an indian let alone a Chief? If there was and outcry from his acting […]

Nation 19 Magazine / APDTA sponsor’s Freestyle Session in Denver, CO!

Nation 19 Magazine / APDTA sponsor's Freestyle Session in Denver, CO!

Nation 19 / APDTA is a proud sponsor of Freestyle Session in Denver, CO The event is hosted by legendary B-Boy Crew Lordz Of Finesse and CROS1 Presented by Silverback Bboy Events & UDEF Pro Breaking Tour August 2nd 2014 At Beta Night Club voted the #1 dance club in the US by Rolling Stone […]

Invisible Mexico Exhibit by Nation19 Magazine / APDTA

Invisible Mexico by Hakeem Khaaliq and Nation19 Magazine / APDTA

Check out a sneak peek of our first exhibit entitled “Invisible Mexico” by Nation19 Magazine / APDTA. The exhibit features a wide variety of photos of people, places and cultures of Mexico while spotlighting on the Afro Mexican townships of Costa Chica and Veracruz. Invisible Mexico features the work of Nation19 Creative Director Hakeem Khaaliq […]

Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton: This is Stones Throw Records

Our Vinyl Weighs a Ton: This is Stones Throw Records

Peep! COMING TO THEATERS IN MARCH 2014 – GET TICKETS! www.OurVinylWeighsATon.com Produced & Directed by Jeff Broadway Co-Produced & Edited by Rob Bralver Written by Jeff Broadway & Rob Bralver Executive Produced by Jason McGuire Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton is a feature-length documentary about avant-garde Los Angeles-based record label Stones Throw Records. The film […]

Check out how this sister (Lupita Nyongo) is showing the world that black is still Beautiful. This video might make you cry. APDTA

Lupita Nyongo with Oprah is showing the world that black is beautiful, again APDTA

The Kenyan Actress and Film Director Lupita Nyongo is showing the world that black is beautiful, again. Her powerful performance in Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave brought her the 2014 Critics Choice Awards against some heavy competition. The last couple of years has been a small shift in Hollywood with new Black Directors, Filmmakers, Producers, and […]