ayo tsalithaba's first film is an exploration of what it means to be black in canada. interviewing the different experiences of black folks, this film questions whether or not canada is the "hallmark of tolerance" it claims to be while also highlighting black excellence.
on june 17, 2020, manifesto hosted a panel of strong black voices in toronto unpacking the effects systemic racism in canada. hosted by camille dundas, the panel included ajani charles, esie mensah, natasha adiyana morris, omar "wolf" allison, and julien christain lutz, professionally known as di...
"project ego" is the first offering from e.g.o initiative — an organization prioritizing black women, self care, and healing. infusing poetry, spoken word and the rituals of black womanhood, project ego takes us through personal anecdotes of millennial women in toronto.
after becoming aware of how fortunate she was to be surrounded by inspiring and passionate people from all of walks of life, director helena morgane decided to put together "kaleidoscope stories" — a platform to uplift, inspire, and give back.
two strangers meet and form a bond at a festival, but forget to exchange contact info. as they search for one another in the real world, their posts go viral, as they navigate their careers, lives, and societyʼs expectations of them as black, female, and transgender.