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Breanna Taylor is an interdisciplinary artist and Curriculum & Impact Coordinator at Langston League, a multi-generational curriculum firm that sits at the intersection of Black history and pop culture. Hailing from Milwaukee, Breanna is passionate about dance, film, content creation, and writing. She has co-designed and co-written Langston League's HBO's Lovecraft Country Unofficial Syllabus and the Candyman 2021 Companion Guide in collaboration with Jordan Peele's MonkeyPaw Productions and NBCUniversal.

In addition, Breanna has co-written the curriculum for the Emmy Award-Winning Documentary, When Claude Got Shot. Breanna's recent work includes serving as a co-writer for the discussion guide and community toolkit for Colorfarm's reparations documentary, The Big Payback, and co-creating the discussion guide for the Netflix documentary series African Queens: Njinga. In addition to her work at Langston League, she is a film co-facilitator for Black Lens' youth program, Souls of Young Folk, and is a part of the 3rd cohort of Milwaukee Film's Focus Finder Accelerated Film Program. 

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