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WBO Battle March13 DALLAS TEXAS Joshua CLOTTEY v Manny PACQUIAO Film Director George Amponsah,TheFightingSpirit.net onFighter Joshua Clottey;Leslie Fields-Cruz,Director of Programming,NBPC www.nbpc.tv coordinates and directs NBPC's development fund programs and supervises the acquisition, distribution and delivery of programs to the public television system.The National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) was founded in 1979 and is dedicated to developing black digital authorship and distributing unique stories of the black experience in the new media age. Director of Prog, contendeR WBO WELTERWEIGHT TITLE,' The Fighting Spirit' Second Season of AfroPop:The Ultimate Cultural Exchange to Offer 'Insight'into Manny Pacquiao’s Lesser-Known Rival Ahead of March 13 Clash Joshua Clottey, is currently preparing to battle Manny Pacquiao for the WBO Welterweight title on March 13, DALLAS COWBOYS STADIUM, DALLAS TEXAS Since 1991 NBPC has invested over $7 million dollars in iconic documentary productions for public television; trained, mentored, and supported a diverse array of producers who create content about contemporary black experiences;and emerged as a leader in the evolving next-media landscape through its annual New Media Institute and New Media Institute: Africa programs. NBPC also distributes engaging content online through its social media portal Blackpublicmedia.Org, an online home for enlightening black digital content and engagement.George Amponsah is an award-winning, critically acclaimeddirectorAmponsah, "This season of AfroPoP offers great insight into Joshua Clottey’s journey from the African town that has produced many great world-class boxers like himself to America as he trains for the big time," said NBPC's Executive Director, Jacquie Jones. "It’s one of many vibrant stories this year of subjects taking remarkable journeys of self-discovery, learning about their heritage, sharing their culture with others and finding their place in the world."

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