Tyscot Films, a division of the legendary Tyscot Music & Entertainment, the oldest, black-owned and operated gospel recording company has thrown their hat in to talk about the hottest topic in our country. They are taking on race relations and interracial children
Switching Lanes follows the story of two girls (Kaneesha and Sarah) who live in the ‘separate-but-equal’ town of Sumerton. Bound together by their love of track and field,the two girl form a friendship in spite of the racial tension in their community. Through a series of events, Kaneesha and Sarah soon discover that they have much more in common than they ever could’ve imagined.
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Oldest Gospel Label Tyscot Showcases New Film About Race In ‘Switching Lanes’ was originally published on elev8.hellobeautiful.com