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|New web series aims to shatter cultural myths|
|by Ryan Watkins|
|October 12, 2010 13:17|
“No More Down Low,” a new web television show, premiered Monday in conjunction with National Coming Out Day. The series, hosted by Jonathan Plummer and Janora McDuffie, aims to dispel myths about the LGBT African-American community.
The first episode features comedian Wanda Sykes, actor Wilson Cruz and photographer Duane Cramer.
Executive producer of NoMoreDownLow.TV, Earnest Winborne, says via a press release that he wants to show LGBT African Americans can live openly and successfully at work, home and even church.
“Our show will put a real face on same gender loving people who are traditionally overlooked by the mainstream media,” Winborne says. “We’ll feature people who are open and honest about who they are and those who are contributing to their communities in the fields of entertainment, sports, politics, health, music, and social activism.”
To view the premiere episode, please visit www.NoMoreDownLow.tv.
Top photo: Jonathan Plummer (left) and Janora McDuffie host NoMoreDownLow.tv. (courtesy photo)
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