Super Bowl Explored Through An Independent Lens

By: Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network
MINNEAPOLIS - Feb. 28, 2018 - PRLog -- Freedom Radio News & Culture Television Network presents #StoriesBehindTheBowl. An original digital content series featuring live audio documentary installments with an alternative media critique and analysis
of the activities surrounding the 2018 Super Bowl in Minneapolis.

All audio episodes stand as unique original interviews with observations of Minneapolis community life, economics and basic questions of black community benefits including accessibility to Super Bowl committee sanctioned activities.  How did black businesses and neighborhoods respond to the overwhelming international media spotlight?

#StoriesBehindTheBowl also features an eye opening conversation with University of Minnesota department head and sports & race scholar Dr. Doug Hartmann which highlights Lavar Ball's cultural influence on and off the basketball court.

Don't miss this incredible work captured in its entirety with on-the-scene reporting about happenings taking place around the city up to big game day. The project now available on was produced and directed by independent journalist Ralph L. Crowder III, (producer of "The Walk to School audio documentary), who said "It's imperative we tell our own stories and define  any associated imagery."

Plans are currently underway to produce #StoriesBehindTheBowl 2019 in Atlanta, Georgia. Query letters are now being accepted at: from those with interest to partner. Deadline: March 31, 2018.

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