Black Folk Don't: Tip

Black Folk Don’t: Tip

Do black people actually tip less? Or do they just tip for a different set of services? Producer Angela Tucker explores this particular black stereotype in man-on-the-street interviews, as well as conversations with cultural critics, bloggers, comedians, actors and more.
About the Filmmaker

Angela Tucker is a Brooklyn-based filmmaker and writer. She directed the Black Folk Don't web series, which begins its second season in June 2012.

Presented by NBPC

National Black Programming Consortium(NBPC) is dedicated to developing black digital authorship and distributing unique stories of the black experience in the new media age. Since 1991 NBPC has invested more than $7 million dollars in iconic documentary productions for public television; trained, mentored and supported a diverse array of producers who create content about contemporary black experiences; and emerged as a leader in the evolving next-media landscape.

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