New Orleans native Stacey Muhammad is an award winning writer / director and producer of documentary,
narrative, broadcast and digital content as well as a social activist who has lectured on a
broad range of topics including hip hop, pop culture, media, film, social justice issues, and most notably,
the history of Black women filmmakers in cinema.
Stacey has screened, participated in panel discussions and lectured in both academic and non -academic settings including The University of Houston, The University of Miami, Prairie View A&M University, Marymount Manhattan College, The University of the District of Columbia, Brooklyn College, The Brooklyn Academy of Music, the National Association of Black Journalist and Viacom to name a few. She and her work have been featured in The LA Times, Essence, Ebony, The Root, OkayPlayer, IndieWire, Shadow and Act, Colorlines, ScreenSlate and on HuffPost Live and BET Online.