FAMU Student-Produced Documentary Explores The Struggles Of HBCU Athletics

“The Redzone: State of HBCU Sports,” is a narrative feature produced by Quintin Gee and Jason Joseph, two broadcast journalism students at Florida A&M University.  The film was produced to examine and bring to light the continuing struggle HBCU’s have with their athletic programs.

“The biggest thing I wanted to accomplish was bringing attention to something that I think a lot of people – we all realize that HBCU sports, for a lack of a better word, is irrelevant at times,” Gee said about the documentary.

Source: HBCU Sports

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