Connect with us

Entertainment

[GAME CHANGERS!] High Altitude: The People who Could Fly

By Forward Ever Media/Game Changers Project What does it take to literally inspire black youth to “higher heights?” Shaka Jamal Redmond, an Oakland-based Game Changers Project Fellow, recently found out when he produced this new micro-doc about the transformative work of Jesus El and Elandis Brooks, directors of Oakland’s High Altitude, a non-profit program that teaches leadership and life skills to African American youth thru gymnastics and acro-dunking. The film premiered last week in New York at the 2012 GCP Film Forum. The youth get to perform their high-flying act during regular halftime shows for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors. So what is acro-dunking? Seeing is believing.. watch the film! To learn more about High Altitude and ShowTimeDunk, please visit showtime.localon.com

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Houston Rockets Sign Make-A-Wish Child to One-game Contract Houston Rockets Sign Make-A-Wish Child to One-game Contract

Houston Rockets Sign Make-A-Wish Child to One-game Contract

News

Steph Curry Doesn't Believe the Moon Landing Really Happened. Steph Curry Says He Was 'Joking' About Moon Landing Being Fake Steph Curry Doesn't Believe the Moon Landing Really Happened. Steph Curry Says He Was 'Joking' About Moon Landing Being Fake

Steph Curry Says He Was ‘Joking’ About Moon Landing Being Fake

News

Derek Fisher Hired as Head Coach of WNBA's LA Sparks Derek Fisher Hired as Head Coach of WNBA's LA Sparks

Derek Fisher Hired as Head Coach of WNBA’s LA Sparks

News

Doc Rivers Doc Rivers

Doc Rivers: It’s Hard Coaching Black Players Without Male Figures

News

Advertisement
Connect
Newsletter Signup