Imagery affects the minds of the people, especially the youth. So our mission is to combat the strategic effects of the persuasive negative stories and imagery perpetuated onto black youth historically in the media (film, tv and magazines) by, with a purposeful intent, amplifying positive productive Black voices of the African Diaspora through live theatre and dance of the performance and fine arts genre, and to celebrate Black and Latinx excellence globally through the medium of digital Film/TV and Video distribution.
To create an atmosphere and opportunity where creatives of black history told through black voices can be written, produced, danced and exposed of it’s true enriched narratives via live theatre, dance, digital video distribution told through biographies, science, fiction, comedy, instructional, or documentaries that educate, motivate, inspire, enlighten, and uplift.
Inclusive in our vision is to assist other Black / Latinx creative content owners of film shorts and feature Length films of dance, drama, comedy, science and science fiction, short stories, music, art, animation, and puppetry in having the opportunity for their works to be exposed nationally and internationally, also.
Together we rise to create and speak to that which need spoken. Enrichment, motivation, uplift, being impactful in our communities are the results when purposeful cognitive efforts are in play.
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Venue: EMVAD TV
A.L. Efficacy Movement, a non-profit, tax exempt 501(c) (3) organization , will use partnerships and collaborative efforts with Local and Regional Theaters, College and Universities and Municipalities across the country to produce Professional Theatre and Dance Productions. These productions along with philanthropic donations, golf promotion and corporate sponsorships are to be pursued to generate funds that can help make a difference in the communities at large
with emphasis on inclusion, equity, equality and the environment. Some of our upcoming artistic works will speak on the water crisis that's a worldwide problem.