Last night, Netflix’s limited series COLIN IN BLACK AND WHITE, in partnership with J Cole’s Dreamville Records, presented the PATH TO POWER SUMMIT. The event brought together 400+ students at Clark Atlanta University for a series of empowering conversations that helps students reflect on their own paths to power in entertainment and beyond.
The event featured a Q&A with series star Jaden Michael, moderated by Van Lathan; a panel of notable CAU Alumni, including “Slutty Vegan” Owner Pinky Cole, Sports Commentator Bomani Jones, TV/Radio Personality Jacque Reid, and Dreamville Records President Candace
Parker; as well as a conversation and performance from Dreamville Recording artist JID. More pics inside….
Jaden Michael speaks onstage during “Colin In Black And White”
33:05: Van Lathan interview with Colin in Black and White Star Jaden Michael
49:14: Clark Atlanta University Alumni panel featuring Slutty Vegan Restaurant Founder and Entrepreneur Pinky Cole, Emmy Award winning journalist Jacque Reid, Emmy Award Winning sports commentator Bomani Jones, and Dreamville President Candace J Rodney
1:53:56: Conversation and performance from Dreamville Recording Artist J.I.D. and Atlanta native who performed three songs including “Skegee” about the Tuskegee Experiment, “Off Da Zoinkys”, and fan-favorite “Down Bad
Jaden Michael and Van Lathan onstage during “Colin In Black And White”
(Photos by Paras Griffin/Getty Images for Netflix)