Washington DC, a 68.34 square mile (177 square kilometers) sized global capital city, features physical barriers which manifest as enduring symbols of the disparate treatment of the people of African descent in the United States.
The documentary features music from The Culture God, Knox, and Alex Tha Lion. The artwork for 68 was done by Telvin Stuart & Arthur Perpall III. The narration for 68 were provided by Morgan C. Edwards.
Sometimes I go places. Wherever I venture to, I probably bump trap music at some point. Here are some clips & photographs, all under 6 minutes, of the places I have had the privilege to explore. And of course, with an "urban" soundtrack.
This guerilla style ethnographic series are firsthand accounts of 13 Black people’s accounts of living in the emerging global city of Doha, the capital of the Gulf Coast Country nation of the State of Qatar. These members of the African Diaspora are “western” by experience, hailing from the Canada, Guyana, the United Kingdom of Great Britain, and the United States of America. Their professions include consultants, educators, engineers, medical professionals, military consultants, and students, all of whom are attempting to amalgamate and function to the life in Doha. All of the participants happily shared their likes, dislikes, business experiences, and advice to provide a voice to the Black expatriate voice of Doha.