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“The Underdogs” Episode Two: Riya Ramaswamy On Being Teen Woman of Color In Film

In the second episode of The Underdogs, VOX ATL’s Tamara Morgan sits down with actress Riya Ramaswarmy to talk about her journey as a teen in film and some of the obstacle women like her have had to face, and overcome.

Watch episode one of “The Underdogs” featuring teen actress Mia Isaac.

Producer: Tamara Morgan/VOX ATL
Editor: Ila-Rose Robinson/VOX ATL
Art Illustration: Aidan Ventimiglia/VOX ATL

VOXCLUSIVE Interview: Teen Filmmaker Bradford Fleming, Director of “Before the Streetlights Come On” [VIDEO]

Check out VOX ATL teen staff writer Zayla Bryant’s interview with upcoming teen producer Bradford Fleming as he talks about his film “Before The Street Lights Come On.” In this interview he talks about the people, the passion, and the purpose behind his film. Additional thanks and shout out to: Bradford Fleming II, Danaeya W, Kenosha C, Brianna J, Sydney Mitchell, Terri-Lee , Donate Cameron Penn, Courtney Wynat ,Mackenzie, Phoenix, Timothy, Ashley, Armani, Aniaya, Vaunna, Jermey, Lauryn, Jada, & Tiana!

Check out the interview below.

Visit www.thelamonte.org for view more of Fleming’s work as well as the full film “Before the Streetlights Come On” below.

This past May, after only four months in office, Governor Brian Kemp signed H.B. 481, a controversial bill that has been coined the “Heartbeat Bill.” The heartbeat bill is essentially a  ban on terminating pregnancies six weeks after conception, when a doctor can detect the fetus’s heartbeat. The consequences of abortions after six weeks are…

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