Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Checkout The Highly Acclaimed Bio-Pic Story Of Scoop Co-Founder nZinga Austin's Documentary

 My Daughter's and Co-publisher's new Bio-pic "nZinga's Spectrum In 3D," is a Moving and Inspirational Documentary on How a Young Black Woman RISES to Overcome Her Autism Challenges.


nZinga's Spectrum In 3D. Be inspired with this miraculous bio-pic on how an autistic young lady nZinga Austin, overcomes challenges to become a promising artist, baker, entertainer, and singer.


"I am so Godly proud of you nZinga! This project shows the depth of your creativity and I loved it!" Bernice Dickey

"An Amazing documentary, I will send a donation for your daughter. I shared it for others to see in my area." Tillman Millhouse Jr.

"Kamau! This is a super story and congrats to both you and your daughter! Wow!" Bill Waters

"An amazing story, nZingas 3D! And, both of you are doing a great job telling it. Love the nZinga's artwork, songs, father-daughter interview, highlights..."
Dr. Charles L. Singleton

nZinga's Spectrum in 3D is about How a Black Butterfly Shines Like The Rainbow.  The art and much of the singing featured in the Bio-Pic are creative works by nZinga Austin. If you enjoyed or were moved by the documentary please help us to upgrade it by donating $5, $10, $20. No donation is too small. Click Below to see the video...

Thank you to..
Bernice Dickey Ivy Rogers Mabel Austin Crystal D Jones Tillman Millhouse Jr. Timothy Williams Ms. Stephenie Black-Grant Ryan S Dr. Charles L. Singleton Barbara Whitsett

Posted by community events coordinator, Nzinga Lonstein Austin, is a prolific blogger who writes on the entertainment industry and issues for people with developmental and physical challenges.

She is presently in high school looking to have a career in video, film, and media. You can see more of her entertainment writing on Lonstein Movies.

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