Nyasha Laing is a lawyer, researcher, and multi-issue multimedia storyteller who has worked on served as a communications strategist, analyst, and legal advisor for a host of organizations working in the areas of equality and inclusion, sustainable community development, and cultural policy. Her independent documentary work explores voicelessness, cultures of resistance, and the resilient creative spirit. She has been featured in and on the BBC, Arise TV, Yes Magazine, Black Enterprise, the Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Pan-African Film Festival, the IMZ Traveling Showcase, and the South African Broadcasting Network. She is a graduate of Yale University and NYU School of Law and lectures for the City University of New York. 

Appearances

Art Museum of the Americas, October 2017

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Afro-Latino Festival, Schomburg Center for Research, July 2017 https://livestream.com/schomburgcenter/events/7538511

 

Arise Television

Journalists Pamela Newkirk and Eric Ham as well as Blogger Nyasha Laing discussed Eric Holder's resignation and the controversial comments by New York Times columnist about TV producer Shonda Rhimes.

Commentators on "Reporters Rewind" segment on Arise TV discuss the #BringBackOurGirls movement and how to support it.