MusicUNTOLD presented screening of the Mexican film ANGELITOS NEGROS followed by live performance of title song by 91.5 year young Paul Robeson protege soprano Hope Foye. See English translation and video.

“Little Black Angels

Painter, born in my land

with a foreign brush in your hand,

Following in the footsteps,

of all the artists who came before.

Though the Virgin may be white,

paint me some little black angels,

for they go to heaven, too

as all good black people do.

Painter of art, if you paint with any heart,

Why do you despise this color?

Knowing well that in heaven,

God loves them, too.

Painter of alcoves of saints

if you have a soul in your body,

why is it that when you paint

you always forget the black ones?

Whenever you paint churches,

you fill them with beautiful angels,

but you never remember,

to paint a black angel.”

Constance L. Jackson, MPH, President/CEO is the writer, director and producer of all the films in Permanent Production's collection. Ms. Jackson earned a Master's degree in Public Health, specializing in Social and Behavioral Sciences. Ms. Jackson also has a Bachelor's degree in Speech Communication. The documentary films produced by Permanent Productions present cutting-edge issues that delve deeply into the underlying factors that make up the nuances of an individual and a country. She has the ability to tap into the essence of many unspoken issues immersing viewers into the story, allowing them to think and talk about their own behavior and experiences.