Both Ed and Danielle give insight as to how the aquatic community can make changes so that the BME community feels included and encouraged to participate
Jones, second from left, swam competitively for 13 years including representing the Long Island Post Pioneers from 2012 to 2016.
“A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim” has been extended by 17 minutes and will be streaming on major platforms such as Apple TV, Amazon and Hulu.
Charity launches to drive participation, engagement and inclusion of the BME community in aquatics.
Alice Dearing recently spoke with Ed Accura, the man behind the film entitled Blacks Can’t Swim, about her experience as the only black swimmer on Team GB.
A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim, a documentary short staring British hip-hop artist Ed Accura, premieres today as Accura continues…
‘A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim’ takes a personal look ad Ed Acura’s own fears of drowning.
Ahead of its February, 2019 release, Ed Accura’s documentary called “A Film Called Blacks Can’t Swim” has its first trailer….
I neri non possono nuotare (Blacks Can’t Swim) Questo il titolo del cortometraggio/documentario diretto da Mysterex. Uscirà in anteprima a…
The new film chronicles the journey of British hip-hop artist Ed Accura as he learns to swim.