Award winning film (Best Documentary: Great Plains Film Festival 2021) designed to give survivors of child molestation and sexual abuse an opportunity to have their voices heard and have public policymakers and potential allies gain greater awareness of the devastating effects of such negative social interaction on the lives of individuals and the community and social fabric as a whole.
Black Soil and Red Sky is a documentary project that peeks beyond the hidden veil of intercommunal violence in multicultural and socially-subordinated communities in the United States. The goal is to show how violence affects individuals on a psychological level and if there's hope. It does this by sharing the intimate testimonies of survivors, testimonies about fallen victims, and friends and family members of both.
This documentary project focuses on reversing “historical intergenerational nutritional trauma” or HINT. HINT refers to the processes by which members of social disadvantaged communities develop cultural and social orientations towards eating, diet, and nutrition consistent with their social and economic position in the society. As Denisha engages her path to wellness, she interviews nonprofit leaders, health & wellness professionals, sociologists, psychologists, as well as community members of color allowing them to contribute their own stories and creating a general narrative about how HINT articulates itself “on the ground” for those like her in her community.