Daisha McBride's "Bounce Back" Game Is Strong
In this video presented by P&G, Daisha McBride performs her song "Bounce Back" while a DJ vibes behind her on the turntables.
Arielle Knight Shares Insight into "A Song of Grace"Queen Collective
Director Arielle Knight pushes back on the idea that there's one way to define Blackness and tell Black stories with her film "A Song of Grace"
Tina Charles Tells Tanya DePass's Story in "Game ChangerQueen Collective
Director Tina Charles shines a light on the need for Black representation in the gaming industry in her film "Game Changer," which tells the story of Tanya DePass's personal journey.
Smiles Shine Bright in "Gaps"Queen CollectiveS4
Director and writer Jenn Shaw explains how her mother's career as a dentist inspired her film "Gaps," a coming-of-age story about self-confidence and equity in dental health.
A Nashville Rapper Defies Stereotypes in "In Her Element"Queen CollectiveS4
Director Idil Ibrahim's film "In Her Element" tells the story of Daisha McBride, an up-and-coming hip-hop artist looking to make a name for herself in a rock and country town.
Queen Collective Season 4 Showcases Six New Films and Voices in FilmQueen CollectiveS4
Six filmmakers craft original films about Black birth workers, girls at a historically Black summer camp and other topics on Queen Collective Season 4, now available to watch on BET.com.
There Is No Age Limit for Two Black Swimmers in "Team Dream"Queen CollectiveS4
Director Luchina Fisher, whose film "Team Dream" follows two barrier-breaking women at the National Senior Games, discusses attaining her own dreams through the Queen Collective initiative.
Afro-Latina Culture Is Celebrated in "Negra, Yo Soy Bella"Queen CollectiveS4
Director Vashni Korin describes returning to her roots to tell stories about the rich culture and Black empowerment of women on the island of Puerto Rico in her film "Negra, Yo Soy Bella."
Go Behind the Scenes of Queen Collective's Bone BlackQueen CollectiveS4
Director Imani Dennison talks about the disparities Black women in America face during childbirth and how that inspired her film Bone Black: Midwives vs. the South.
Black Girls Thrive at Camp Founder GirlsQueen CollectiveS4
Director Contessa Gayles discusses documenting the work of Camp Founder Girls, which has spent almost a century uplifting young Black girls while attending to their unique needs.
Queen Collective Showcases Camp Founder GirlsQueen CollectiveS4
Contessa Gayles directs a Queen Collective film about a summer camp that has provided a haven for Black girls for nearly 100 years in Founder Girls, premiering Saturday at 8/7c on BET.
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