ABOUT WHITE SPEAK PODCAST:
Are you from outside the Black Community and baffled by what’s going on? Do you genuinely want to understand but have no clue where to start? Do you get what's going on but are afraid to say the wrong thing or offend someone? If you've answered yes to any of the above questions then you've come to the right place.
White Speak podcast breaks down the complex Black Lives Matter Movement and what led up to it. And what we can do to help. Answering questions from listeners about what they can do to help.
Ralph and I along with special guests will answer the silly and serious questions from our non-Black and Black listeners. Communication and understanding is a two-way street--and for far too long we've ignored our need to come together and listen.
This is a podcast created to inspire us, to create change. The only way we can do it is together. Everyday with one small step.
The Podcast TEAM:
Executive Producers: Terry City, Andrew Kraus
Producer: Terrell Jones
Creative Director: Kim Russell, Wahoo Designs
Social Media/Marketing: Craig Hordlow
Hailing from the small maritime village of St. Martins, New Brunswick, Canada, Emmy® award-winning Cayman Grant has written and directed several award-winning projects with one of them earning her an Emmy® for her film, Playing For The Mob; as a part of ESPN’s highly acclaimed 30 for 30 Series. A life-long storyteller, Cayman’s narrative and documentary projects have screened in over 100 film festivals worldwide and have earned her over 50 accolades and awards including the prestigious NBCUniversal Oxygen Director Award that was presented by Academy® Award Winner, Geena Davis. Aside from writing the films that she’s directed, Cayman has been involved with the NBC Writers on the Verge Program and has won several writing competitions for both her features and television pilots; including the Emerging Screenwriter’s Screenplay Contest and the New York Screenplay Contest. After selling her first TV series to CBS, she was selected into the Warner Bros Directing Program and the NBC/Universal Emerging Directors Program. She is currently developing for TV as well as working on several feature film projects including “The Fix” which is in development with Warner Bros. / New Line Cinema.
She is represented by CAA.
Ralph Richardson is an award winning and multi-talented Director/Producer/Writer. Ralph got his start producing, writing, directing and editing the award winning short film Kharja (a.k.a Did I Kill Her), which was broadcast on Starz. Ralph followed that up by writing and editing the feature film, I Wish I Had A House Like This, which was released on video in the U.S. by Vision Black Home Entertainment, starring platinum recording artists Capone and Noreaga; and the feature documentary Sex, Drugs, and Comedy, which was released in the U.S. on VOD through Gravitas Ventures with great success. Ralph recently was EP and was consulting director of the Eric Garner film, American Trial, which recently had its debut at the prestigious New York Film Festival. Currently, Ralph Richardson is filming the New York Times article, The Rose Classic, about an elite all girls basketball tournament based in Brooklyn.