08-07-19 | Songs for Listening | Natalie Bullock Brown
Natalie Bullock Brown, an award winning and Emmy nominated producer, and professor in Interdisciplinary Studies at NC State picked tunes for Wednesday, August 7 at Songs for Listening.
In addition to her work at NC State, Natalie is director / producer of a work-in-progress film tentatively titled 'Baartman, Beyoncé, and Me', a documentary that explores the impact of beauty ideals on black women and girls. Natalie is also a producer on award-winning filmmaker Byron Hurt’s upcoming PBS documentary, 'HAZING'. Natalie regularly contributes to #BackChannel, a monthly segment on the North Carolina public radio program, ‘The State of Things’. For more than a decade, Natalie was professor of film and broadcast media at Saint Augustine's University in Raleigh. She also served as co-host of 'Black Issues Forum', a public affairs program on UNC-TV, North Carolina’s statewide public television network. Natalie was also an associate producer on documentary filmmaker Ken Burns’ 10-part PBS series, 'Jazz'. She holds an MFA in film production from Howard and a BA in English from Northwestern.
'Throw it Away' by Abbey Lincoln from 'Abbey Sings Abbey'
'Transparency' by Greg Osby from 'Further Ado'
'Turiya & Ramakrishna' by Alice Coltrane from 'Ptah The El Daoud'
'Be Ever Wonderful' by Earth, Wind & Fire from 'All 'N All'
'Mad' by Solange & Lil Wayne from 'A Seat at the Table'