DN Media produces character driven documentaries. Each story is told by two-time Emmy Award winning journalist Dayvee Sutton. Dayvee’s degree in World Religions has academically collided with her work in travel, lifestyle, culture and race. These stories give a microphone and open eyes to the pint of views from voices that aren’t normally heard.

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What We Told Our Sons

This film features four families from the southern United States reacting to the Trayvon Martin verdict. Film was released in March 2015, this features conversations with mothers, fathers and their sons. The film toured museums in 2017.

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Comedienne Rain Pryor Talks Race, Stereotypes and Bill Cosby | NBC News

Growing up the child of an American comedic icon, Rain Pryor learned many of life’s gritty realities pretty early in life.

The Weather Channel doc

Sustainability in Aruba is aggressive holistic and infectious | The Weather Channel

Aruba, as a country, has taken sustainability seriously mostly because they don't have a choice. Early on government officials realized if they didn't manage it, the Caribbean island nation would not win the battle against climate and pollution.

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Chasing Autumn

A cinematic short film of a road trip that features a stop in Asheville.


Inside the Investment Portfolio of a Millennial Homeowner | Business Insider

See the investment portfolio of a millennial who paid off $50,000 in student loans to buy a home and plans to be a millionaire by 35.

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Izamal: Mexico's magical 'Yellow City' | CNN

Izamal, known for its bright yellow buildings, is one of Mexico's "magical towns".


Georgia small businesses refuse to re-open | Business Insider

Businesses are reopening in Georgia after restrictions were partially lifted at the end of April. But some are staying closed.

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Live Med Aid

With 100% of funds raised going directly to Doctors Without Borders, LiveMedAid featured leading thinkers, cultural influencers, musicians, writers and scientists from around the world. The show was be broadcast by select publishers and media outlets around the world and reached audiences in the hundreds of millions of fans and followers. Dayvee Sutton was asked to produce two mini-docs and appear live as a guest. Here’s one of those stories.

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"How Sports Saved My Life: The Andrew Lovedale Story"

This film follows the journey of one teammate from the 2008 Davidson College Basketball team. While Stephen Curry became a super star, Lovedale also followed his destiny from "grass to grace".

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Conversations with Regular Folk

A limited video podcast series with interviews from celebrities, athletes and other people of note hosted by Dayvee Sutton. Season one featured Rain Pryor, Bubba Wallace, Issa Rae, Thomas Davis, and more.

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Project: American Indian I.D.

Project named "American Indian" is a series of first hand accounts and a discussion about the most vivid and most profitable racial slur in America: Washington's NFL team.

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Race City

This film documents the stories of people who have moved to the Charlotte, NC area just to be a part of motorsports. Imagine if 90% of the NFL, NBA, and MLB teams were based in one city? That's what this sport brings to the North Carolina's economy - 6-billion dollars a year worth! And it's like when people move to Hollywood for acting, except they're moving to North Carolina for NASCAR.

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