This week on Red Carpet, a look at Beyoncé's visual album “Black is King,” premiering on Disney Plus later this month. Also, how the National Museum of African American History and Culture and several other Smithsonian institutions are preserving artwork created following protests over the death of George Floyd. And, a Brazilian documentary examines the connection between current domestic work and past slavery in a profession where the majority of workers are black women. These stories and more
The Trump administration says it will ban international students in the fall if their education is online-only. Colleges and businesses say that decision could devastate the economy.
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On Red Carpet this week, a recap of the virtual BET awards, which included Zimbabwean artist Sha Sha winning the viewer’s choice award for best new international act and artists using their performances to highlight the Black Lives Matter movement. Director Ava DuVernay and Colin Kaepernick are partnering on a Netflix series exploring the former NFL star's childhood and adolescence. And, how can you join the African Mobile Film Festival? We have the details. These stories and more on the show th
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This week on Red Carpet, we bring you the story of Kenyan photographer Georgina Goodwin, who specializes in capturing humanitarian and social issues in Africa. For some music from Ghana, we hear from singer Rashid Mugeez from the duo R2Bees. And, how one Los Angeles designer has created vegan sneakers made from recycled materials. These stories on this week's episode.