The COVID-19 Pandemic has triggered some of the biggest social injustices of our time to include racism, health inequities and violence.  All have ignited conversations that challenge every system in America.  Our series not only address those that dominate the headlines but the long-standing issues that continue to plaque vulnerable populations, which in turn affect the profession of nursing.  Join us in our educational cinematic conversations.

Social Justice Series

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In this short-film we discuss the history of structural racism in the profession of nursing and how it has manifested through out the years. We give homage to African American contributions to medicine and science.

Discussion:  The Lingering Affects of Racism in Nursing

Available To Host

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Vaccination inequity has undermined the very essence of healthcare. We discuss how policy and racism have contributed to health

inequality .

Discussion: Vaccine Equity And The Role of Nursing Science

Available To Host


A short narrative that gives homage to the power of the voice of African American mothers. A historical timeline of events and mothers that have been instrumental in social justice and change.

Discussion: How African American Mothers Have Impacted Social In-Justice

Available June 2022


In this short film we discuss the state of nursing and why diversity is key to crisis management and a solid nursing workforce.  We focus on nursing research and health disparities.

Discussion: Why Diversity is Key to the Impact of Nursing on Health Inequalities

Available December 2022

A Social Justice Exclusive

FNBN Productions introduces a riveting colorful experience on the impact of the African American mothers' voice against social injustice.  A 13-minute creation of poetry through cinematics, encased with the powerful description, discussion, and reflection on the inequities of violence in America.

An exquisite film artistry on the African American experience and the BLACK MOMMA's voice for justice. 

Available to VIP Members Only.

Open to the public for streaming
July 30th

Violence is a Public Health Crisis.


Film Objectives

A cinematic narrative that deep dives into the social realm of the African American mothers' voice and how it has shaped social justice through movements, campaigns and suffering. A riveting timely cinematic discussion on historical racial events where Black Mommas raised their voice when the world had silenced the voice of their sons and daughters.


An invitation for further discussion on the impact of the African American mothers voice on awareness and change.