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Check out the organizations and read more about the people featured in Episode 110 of NoMoreDownLow.TV:
About Janora McDuffie:
Our co-host Janora McDuffie is featured in the May 2011 issue of The Advocate! One of the most refreshing new talents to hit the screen or stage in some time, Janora McDuffie is paving a steady path to success. She started 2011 with an appearance on Cartoon Network’s Eagleheart starring Chris Elliot and produced by Conan O’Brien. She’s appeared on numerous major network shows including The Event on NBC, Terriers on FX, The Forgotten on ABC and FOX network television favorites Lie to Me and 24. Visit her website here.
About Kendell Hogan:
As one of the hosts of ESPN’s longest running fitness program, BODYSHAPING, Kendell helped bring surf, sand and step aerobics to millions of homes daily, and also was instrumental in creating the look of fitness shows as we see them today. When not taping, Kendell is the regional group fitness director for CRUNCH Fitness in Los Angeles. Some of the best nationally known classes have come from this program, including Cardio Strip Tease and Cycle Karaoke. Kendell continues to travel throughout the country as a presenter and master class instructor, and has starred in several top-selling exercise videos and hosted a successful infomercial product.
“NAACP Town Hall on Gay Issues” segment:
Organizations and people featured in this segment -
GLAAD Communities of African Descent program
Ravi Perry, openly gay, President at Worcester Branch of the NAACP- LinkedIn profile
“Out in Inglewood with Custom Motors Chonsie Bullock” segment:
Find Chonsie on Facebook
Bullock Custom Motors is at 423 E Florence Ave, Inglewood, CA 90301
“Before Lady Gaga’s Born This Way was Carl Bean” segment:
Unity Fellowship Church, Los Angeles (UFCLA) was founded in 1982 by Reverend Carl Bean for openly gay and lesbian African Americans.
In I Was Born This Way, Carl Bean, former Motown recording artist, noted AIDS activist, and founder of the Unity Fellowship Church in Los Angeles, shares his extraordinary personal journey from Baltimore foster homes to the stage of the Apollo Theater and beyond.
Minority AIDS Project is a California nonprofit corporation that provides educational and other HIV/AIDS related support services to eligible individuals without regard to age, gender, ethnicity, culture, language or other circumstances.
“Straight Black Ally Directs Gay Film” segment:
Learn more about director Darius Monroe on his website - http://dariusclarkmonroe.com/
Watch the entire short film SLOW featured in this episode here: