Celebrating Black History Month!

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IMP is proud to announce our newest campaign! We are honored to team up with veteran producer Phillip Rodriguez (above, bottom) on his latest CPB-funded project for pubic television. In "Rise and Fall of the Brown Buffalo," Rodriguez will profile the extraordinary life ​of the Latino counter-culture figure of the 1960s and 1970s, Oscar Zeta Acosta (upper left).

IMP will lead a CPB-funded national community engagement campaign for "Brown Buffalo," including grant-funded partnerships with PBS stations. The film is expected to broadcast in mid-2017. 

Acosta was an American attorney, politician, novelist and activist in the Chicano Movement. He was most well known for his novels Autobiography of a Brown Buffalo  (1972) and The Revolt of the Cockroach People (1973), and his friendship with American author Hunter S. Thompson. 

News & Projects

IMP is honored to be supporting  PBS SoCal's  new engagement initiative: To Foster Change, with a range of media consultation services. 

PBS SoCal, with support from the Conrad Hilton Foundation, has undertaken an important new initiative to educate communities about challenges and successes of youth within the foster care system.

In November 2016, IMP supported the station in hosting a day-long convening including leaders from across the public and private sectors, including Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-CA), a noted advocate for foster care and foster youth, shown below.

Over the next year, IMP will working with the content creation team for To Foster Change to help engage and manage feedback from key initiative partners and leaders in the field.


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IMP is honored to have supported  the national PBS broadcast of the acclaimed new documentary "John Lewis: Get in the Way," a remarkable film by Kathleen Dowdey that profiles ones of America's civil rights heroes and most honored members of Congress.


"John Lewis: Get in the Way" premiered nationally on PBS on Friday, February 10 at 10:30 pm as part of Black History Month programming.


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Visit the film's webpage on PBS.org 



IMP is proud to be supporting two fine films during Black History Month 2017; both feature remarkable African American leaders:  John Lewis: Get in the Way  premiered on PBS on February 10th at 10:30 pm and Tom Bradley and the Politics of Race enjoys an encore presentation on World Channel, and free streaming on PBS.org during February.