Meet the Cast

Meet Stacey!

What’s your name? Stacey Sargeant Where are you from? Brooklyn, New York What do you do for a living? I am an actress, singer, dancer and most recently, a filmmaker. How did we rope you into be a part of Black Folk Don’t? One my good friends told me you were having a difficult time(…)

Meet Serina!

What’s your name? Serina Phoenix Where are you from? New Orleans, Louisiana What do you do for a living? I am the Executive Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the Board of a bank.  In my spare time I’m a marketer and event planner. How did we rope you into be a part of Black(…)

Meet Lauren!

What’s your name? L. J. Domino Where are you from? New Orleans What do you do for a living? Film Programmer / Event Manager How did we rope you into be a part of Black Folk Don’t? That Tucker Gurl is a friend. What are some things that Black Folk Do that surprise most people?(…)

Meet Brittany!

What’s your name? Brittney Taylor a.k.a. Marvel Nikel Where are you from? Mount Vernon, NY What do you do for a living? I recently retired from being a student (which really means I just graduated from grad school and am still in search of a full-time job). How did we rope you into be a(…)

Meet Crystal!

 Crystal “DJ Crystal Clear” Durant Where are you from? Born and raised in Allentown, Pennsylvania – and lived in Philly, Hollywood, California, and have been a New Yorker for 16 years! What do you do for a living? I am a Graphic Designer/Art Educator/DJ/Singer/Screen Printer, and much more than meets the eye! How did we(…)

Meet Tricia!

Meet Tricia!

What’s your name? Tricia Nelson Where are you from? I was born and raised in NY, the product of a large and close-knit Guyanese-American family. I’ve spent the last 15 years blissfully living in Los Angeles. What do you do for a living? I work in digital media, usually on the content (editorial) side. How(…)

Meet Baratunde Thurston!

What’s your name? Baratunde Thurston Where are you from? Born and raised in DC. Lived in Boston for 12 years. Escaped. Now reside in Brooklyn. What do you do for a living? I’m a politically-active, technology-loving comedian from the future. How did we rope you into be a part of Black Folk Don’t? I guess(…)