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Learn about his next film:
Black At: A Black Students Matter Movement

Examining the multifaceted experiences of black students within America's predominantly white private Pre-K-12 schools, this documentary exposes the pervasive internalized, interpersonal, and systemic racism they face. Sparked by the Black At Movement, which ignited on Instagram amidst the 2020 racial justice protests, the film validates the resilience of black students, empowering them to challenge the status quo and pioneer a path toward a more inclusive future.

ronnie braithwaite, b. 1995,

based in atlanta, georgia, USA


Born, raised and based in Atlanta, Georgia, Ronnie Braithwaite (he/they) graduated Cum Laude in the Spring of 2017 from the University of Miami with a Bachelor's in Business Administration, studying marketing, screenwriting and motion pictures. Upon graduating from college, Ronnie wrote and produced the eleven-time award-winning film, Woke. As a Spring 2020 MBA graduate from Clark Atlanta University, Ronnie is a Learning & Development Consultant and subject matter expert on Anti-Racism, Disability Inclusion, and LGBTQIA+ Inclusion. As an independent documentary filmmaker, he is committed to creating narratives that inspire introspection that leads to self-growth and empowerment for marginalized black communities. In the fall of 2021, Ronnie made his directorial debut with the film, Bipolart. His films highlight stories about reconciling with internalized oppression connected to race (Woke, 2017), mental illness (Bipolart, 2022), and gender identity (He They, 2023). His films have screened at film festivals in Atlanta, Miami, New York, Los Angeles, London, Cannes, and other cities worldwide.


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