The DCDrama Magazine is the original creation of Ruffin2Productions, LLC. The magazine was created in 2005, in order to serve the expansive “Underground Arts Movement”. We found that the purest and most powerful messages in all genres “lived” underground. Via cable access television, the Washington, DC-based magazine quickly gained popularity in the DC Metro area, Maryland, as well as in New York City. The magazine became a major conduit for many struggling artists to promote themselves and be heard.
In 2009, DCDrama Magazine plotted a new direction, by going online. The magazine featured a global audience, with liaisons in China, Egypt, and London. The DCDrama Magazine, LLC, was formed and deservedly earned the title “The Home of the Underground Arts Movement.” Major industry stars also appreciated the magazine’s effort to support the underground, and when film director and political activist Danny Glover sat down with us for an interview, its mission changed. In that interview it was realized the staff’s activism was the real impetus behind providing a conduit for the underground VOICE.
The magazine extended its vision by relocating to Atlanta, GA, in 2012, and acquired its 501(c)3 status to become a non-profit organization, renaming itself The DCDrama Magazine/Atlanta Inc.,. DCDrama’s ultimate aim is to serve America’s communities through EDUTAINMENT (educating using entertainment). Our purpose is to provide education, training, and creative outlets for America’s “at risk” and marginalized populations.
The DCDrama Magazine/Atlanta is an accessible media outlet at www.DCDramaMag.net for people of all ethnicities, genders, and seniors.
The magazine features the following departments:
Behind the Lens/ DCDRama Beauty/ DCDrama Book Corner/
Difference Makers/ Go-Go Preservation/ Hip Hop Conservation/
Point, Counter Point/ Search Light/ The African American Experience/
NO BUDGET FILMS is the exclusive film department of the magazine.
MADINAH RECORDS(formed in 2010) is the musical arm of the magazine.
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