The souls of black men tell it like it is

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An actual viewing of the captivating film; “The Souls of Black Men” takes the viewer inside the scenes In the film, a small group of men, a band of brothers if you will; get together so often to talk about real life effecting issues and how they deal with them. The key characters- 6 men, hail from all walks of life and economical resource pools. One character played the Reverend, another  a rich attorney, a corporate renegade who has nothing on his mind, but money and making more of it…one is a gentlemen’s , gentleman. Another who is a businessman and the youngest character is a layman who works 24 plus hours to store up for his dreams and future.

Rodney Rhodes

The casts members include: David V. Dorsey, Nathan Houser, Cornell Franklin, Alvin Lewis, Lloyd Dwayne, and Delorean Cotton.Tamara Adams and Shayna I. Hamlett. In the film at the staged meetings each of them share real life experiences, but for a couple of them it gets a tad bit tough; “no, really tough and a hard reality to face overall” Hence the support of the “Souls of Black Men” group was formed so that the them men could have a safe, trusted place to go and share their unique and common experiences. Doing so in private and without being judged, by their peers or anyone else.

Written and Executive Produced by Detroit’s own  Rodney R.Rhodes, aka “Mr. Blackified” Director Jaucinta Chevon . CD Producers: Kenneth  Blake and James Gibbons. Rodney had a well put together. , tight team of professional working with him on this film, “what a blessing.”

The film has already been an official selection at a Major Film Festival; The North Carolina B But with the request pool for the film are growing by the day and orders are may be flying off the shelf! “The souls of Black Men” is an Endangered Creations Production in Association with Blackified, Inc. More information: Email:


Deborah A. Culp ( Contributing Writer)

About Deborah A. Culp ( Contributing Writer)

Deborah A. Culp is a Freelance Journalist & Consultant with over 20 years of hard earned experience in the business. This includes Print & Broadcast Media. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, she now lives in Wilmington, NC. She is a Correspondent to Divine Caroline, TPEPost News, The History of Jazz Music, and For ColoredGurls and formerly with the Wilmington Star News Online. Deborah recently became the Parent & Family Expert for the, Wilmington/Fayetteville, and NC. Still operating as a Freelance Writer/Photographer. She is working on her first book; “Then there was laughter” and has a few business endeavor irons in the fire. She is a staunch volunteer and loves her family & friends.