Patrisse Cullors, one of the co-founders of the Black Lives Matters movement, is the focus of a documentary that the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, wants to develop for Netflix.
Meghan believes that Patrisse's story needs to be told, and she would like to be the person to make it possible, "an insider told the British newspaper The Mirror.
Cullors has recounted that he developed his activism as a result of the brutalities suffered by his older brother in prison.
In 2013, Meghan came up with the hashtag #blacklivesmatters in the wake of protests over the fateful loss of African-American teenager Trayvon Martin.
Black Lives Matters was created by both her and her friends Alicia Garza and Opal Tometi.
The documentary proposed by Prince Henry's wife to the streaming platform is part of the multi-million dollar agreement between both parties, recently signed, to develop content.
Media such as the Daily Mail claim that the collaboration cost the entertainment giant over $ 100 million.
Meghan and Enrique are the second high-level couple to seal a contract with Netflix, after former US President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama.
Although much stands out about the contributions of Meghan Markle, controversies on the other hand are a constant in her life.
However, sometimes it is not only the Duchess of Sussex who is on the lips of the media, but also Prince Harry, who along with his wife has been peppered by the controversy of the demanding conditions they pose when it comes to power. offer a conference.
As it transpired, the dukes see even the details that could go unnoticed to be heard through a virtual conference.
As it transpired, there is a long list of requests for those who wish to hire them and it is now one of the media that have helped Meghan and Harry in pursuit of his long-awaited independence from royalty.
In particular, they have also focused on this area since the pandemic prevented all kinds of crowds and meetings, which is why they would have used technology for this.
They have resorted so much to virtual meetings, this either with staff from organizations or at women's summits.
However, no one was fully aware of the details that the dukes oversee so closely.
It was the Daily Telegraph media that released the demanding and strict list of part of the "royal couple" for those seeking to hire them, it is a request form for a virtual event.
In this they see aspects like the moderator of the chat, even the type of connection that will be used.
In more detail, he points out that dukes should have the option of electing the moderator,
The document, apparently, was shared by the Harry Walker Agency (HWA), a prestigious conference agency, which has very high-level clients such as former presidents Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and television presenter Oprah Winfrey.
The fee must be paid directly from the account of the contracting organization ”, reads the document obtained by the aforementioned medium.
Another requirement of former royals Meghan and Harry, is that they are interested in knowing the details about the sponsors of the event, even if they do not have a direct relationship with the speaker.
And at another point, it addresses the aspects related to technology, since if any failure occurs, the organizers must specify the connection format, this either with an application for videoconferences or through a satellite.
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