Norris Francis Branham
Brooklyn, New York
Norris is a professional audio/visual engineer, editor, artist, documentary film maker, multimedia specialist and speaker who uses his life experiences and history to motivate others to accomplish their dreams. Worldwide, he is the producer of over twenty-five short powerful educational documentaries and music videos including Noble Drew Ali “Prophet of the People” featuring Taj Tarik Bey and Sabir Bey, 711 to 1492: The Moors of Europe featuring Afrika Bambaataa and Hakim Green, The Nicene Council For Hip Hop featuring KRS-One and his latest film, WHEN IS AN INDIAN NOT AN INDIAN? When he is a Negro!, a documentary about his family’s history and the effects of them being reclassified as African American.
A former Hip-Hop producer and artist, he has a catalog of over five-hundred songs dating back to the early 1990’s. He enjoyed a brief but successful run in the fashion industry as the first so-called African American to debut his own clothing line in Macy’s, which included an African American women’s workout line that made quite a splash in 1992. Currently, he is the owner operator of TURTLEGANG EDUTAINMENT LLC as well as the Media Director for the Human Origins Conference with Richard and Linda Smith. Norris is married and has three children with his wife Shayla Branham. He is an artistic soul who uses his unique set of skills to ‘Make Turtle Island Great Again’, creating educational works of art for the world. For more information, visit turtlegang.nyc today.
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