Celebrating the Journey to Excellence
Celebrating the Journey to Excellence

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BIPOC in America Atlanta Premier

Be the first to attend the launch of this web-based series documenting the contributes of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC).

What will you see?

BIPOC in America (BIA) Network presents a digital archive of the BIPOC community experience that will never be captured in history books. A docuseries dedicated to highlighting the value of hard work and perseverance in leaders of color to achieve success. BIA Network honors the resiliency of the BIPOC community and instills hope for those who are pursuing their dreams and experiencing challenges.

Featured Docuseries

BIPOC in America (BIA) features the stories of BIPOC individuals that have made a difference in their community. Season one available for streaming.

BIPOC in America Premier

Host Dr. Cat brings awareness to the Black Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) perspective in American culture.

Season 1 Premier Atlanta

Dr. Freda K

"Failure is not an option!" Dr. Freda K discusses life and work challenges she had to overcome to achieve her success.

Season 1, Episode 1

Ms. Andrea Postell

An educator with over 25 years of experience and a business owner. Ms. Andrea Postell shares her knowledge and expertise on the value of education and business.

Season 1, Episode 2

Rev. Raushanah Butler

"I thrive!" Rev. Raushanah Butler shares her triumphs, tragedies, and call to ministry on her leadership journey.

Season 1, Episode 3

Dr. Pia Scott

An outstanding record in assuring students success, Dr. Pia Scott is seasoned in building programs in the Atlanta community.

Season 1, Episode 4

BIA Facebook Live

Dr. Cat speak with featured guests from seasons 1, 2, 3 and 4 about their work in the community. She inquire about the reason BIPOC in America is important for the BIPOC community.

BIPOC in America Season 2

BIA season two returns with diverse group of trailblazers in the South Georgia and Central Florida BIPOC community.

Season two release date is November 2022.

Christopher Rapley

A professional Cinematographer who has worked on capturing the stories of some of the greatest leaders and figures of our time. Mr. Christopher Rapley is dedicated to telling the story as a leader in the project providing expertise and guidance on the project.

Season 2 Episode 1

Ken Terrell

A true community activist leading the way, he has a vast amount of knowledge and experience having worked in this field for 12+ years. Mr. Ken Terrell has demonstrated the ability to develop innovative outreach opportunities and community partnerships that are extremely dynamic and effective.

Season 2 Episode 2

Annette Turner

A U.S. Army Veteran with over 25 years of service, Mrs. Annette Turner’s desire is to continue to bless, inspire and motivate others to think outside the box of their own self-evaluations and limitations, to realize that it is never too late to live in the full expression of their true authentic potential.

Season 2 Episode 3

Cassandra Deas

Ms. Cassandra Deas has traveled the nation and work at world-class academic and healthcare facilities as a social worker. She has worked 10 years in the healthcare industry and continues to influence people worldwide with her perseverance and leadership skills.  

Season 2 Episode 4

Karen Hall

For the past 20 years, Ms. Karen Hall has been leading the way in education working in various leadership capacities to help children learn. She is an active member in the community supporting various non-profit efforts.

Season 2 Episode 5

Mulan Williams

As the founder of Divas in Dialogue, a safe haven and environment for trans women of color. Ms. Mulan Williams has led the way by creating a sisterhood for trans women of color.

Season 2 Episode 7

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