Newark's white Trojan
RepNewarkDaily seeks to find answers as to why history continues to repeat its self. We take on a creative and journalistic approach to uncover the disconnect between normal urban living and the cultural auctioning to real life that exist.
Ultimately our mission is to capture and preserve the raw/ un-editied Black polylithic experience of urban living.
On this journey we speak with those who fundamentally contribute to the cultural experiences through their expressions of art and community activism.
We honor their voices . Highlight their struggles. Provide access to information. Spark conversations leading to ideas and solutions.
Tiffany Fenton was born in Jamaica and migrated to the United States in 1999. Her parents encouraged her to explore and foster an early love for literature and Illustration. Thus, her childhood was spent part-taking and enjoying all forms of art.
With humble beginnings, the support of family and friends, she remains motivated and passionate to write stories. Stumbling into a world of journalism and digital activism, her goal is to travel the world, document the lives of those around her with regular to extra ordinary stories, and contribute to spreading information that will change the lives of those in her community and the world.
Reporting arts, culture, and community.
Newark New Jersey
Documenting families torn apart by child protective service.
Directed/Produced by Tiffany J Fenton
Directed/Produced by Carter "Roc" Mangan Jr.
Consulting Producer Joyce "Jmac" Mcmillan