NC Black Film Maker wins case against Damon Dash

18 minutes

E.W. Brooks is a North Carolina Filmmaker, Author and Businesswoman. Brooks, a military-wife and Mother of a young son used her resources to grow her business. She is a well published Author and had just started her film work journey when she signed up to learn from a widely known hip-Hop industry icon, Damon Dash. Brooks was taken advantage of as an emerging filmmaker with a yearning to grow her presence in the Industry. She was caught up in a multi year legal battle with Damon Dash, which she won and proves her stance in the scenario because she won the case that awarded her hundreds of thousands of dollars. Brooks wants to teach other literary peers and filmmakers how to protect their intellectual property. She shares her story to promote an educated environment of people that truly have integrity in helping others succeed.

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