Productions

  • Producer & Director
  • Dramas

Hudson Valley Community College Women’s History Month – Panel Discussion 2019

Created Equal: Convict Leasing System — PBS Grant funded programming – Producer and Director – March 2015

Why Study African American History

Producer and Director by Tamu Chambers

Edited by Kevin Buess – Viking Video Technologies

Visual Culture: Race and Racism – Siena College – Producer and Director – April 2014

Veteran’s Day – Podcast – Media Sanctuary 2018

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“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” – Malcolm X

The film Slavery By Another Name is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book of the same title. The film focused on the Reconstruction era in tSlavery By Another Namehe South and the emergence of legal but discriminatory laws and practices that later became known as Jim Crow laws. On March 11, professors Tamu Chambers and Carmine Pesca were joined by colleague Roy Pompey, CASP coordinator, to lead a standing-room-only presentation and panel discussion.

Office of Academic Affairs: March 2015

Thursday, March 5 2015 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. First United Presbyterian Church, 1915 5th Avenue, Troy

Slavery By Another Name film screening and discussion

Join a moderated discussion of themes of Slavery By Another Name shown in excerpted form.  Moderators will include Professor Tamu Chambers, Assistant Professor Carmine Pesca, and Roy Pompey of Hudson Valley Community College.

Wednesday, March 11 2015 1:00 – 1:50 p.m. Multipurpose Room, Marvin Library Learning Commons

Slavery By Another Name film screening and discussion

Join a moderated discussion of themes of Slavery By Another Name shown in excerpted form.  Moderators will include Professor Tamu Chambers, Assistant Professor Carmine Pesca, and Roy Pompey of Hudson Valley Community College.

Kwanzaa Presentation and Celebration at Hudson Valley Community College October 3, 2008

  • 2008 — 2013 A Celebration of Kwanzaa, Hudson Valley Community College – Campus Center Producer and Director, the event was supported by the President’s Office, Cultural Affairs Office, Student Senate and the Faculty Association
  • 2005 – “All About Kwanzaa” booklet
  • 2004 – 2003 Kwanzaa – Director and Producer – Hudson Valley Community College – Multipurpose Room
  • 1990 – 1991 Reflections – Multicultural Dram – Director and Producer – Hudson Valley Community College – Director and Producer

Katrina Dramatization  ( 2007 Documentary of Sisters In Synch visit to New Orleans aftermath of Hurricane Katrina) Co producer of  Introduction and Finale  presented by “Too Deep Entertainment” Hudson Valley Community College 2009 – 2007

Reflections: Multicultural dramatization for Student Orientation Hudson Valley Community College – Director and Producer – 2005

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