ABOUT the show 


pilot part 1 

part 2

Employees of the “Everyone’s a little Racist (EAR) Agency” do their best to tackle every race problem that comes through their door but for lead agent Akosua Miller, the biggest case of all may be her own…       

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Diarra Kilpatrick (Creator/ Writer/ Co-Director/ “Akosua Miller”)

Diarra is an award- winning actress with impressive range, whose work spans the
mediums of film, stage and television.  Film work includes, Lila and Eve (opposite Viola Davis and Jennifer Lopez).   She’s also been cast in a host of independent features including, Hollywood Je'taime,  H-4, a modern retelling of Shakespeare’s Henry IV (opposite Harry Lennix), Stand Down Soldier, Burning Dog and Talking with the Taxman About Poetry.  Diarra also starred in Undertow which was nominated for an African Movie Academy Award for Best Short. TV credits include, Southland, Private Practice, Mike and Molly, Hart of Dixie, The Game,  and House.  Diarra was also a series regular on the MTV improv comedy show Disaster  Date (Seasons 3 and 4). Diarra is no stranger to the stage....
Miles Orion Feld (Co- Director/ “Milo Golden”) 

​Miles is a screenwriter and director currently living in Los Angeles. He primarily writes television having recently completed a script for CBS Studios and the CW about the music scene in the early 90's which he collaborated on with Fred Durst. Miles is also developing a script with Vin Diesel and his production company, One Race Films. Theater directing credits include: Our Lady of 121st Street, Zoo Story, The Devil is Beating His Wife and Broken Buddha for the Bangkok International Fringe Festival. Miles is a graduate of NYU where he received the Robert Moss Award for excellence in directing. Miles has not acted in a long time, hopefully he doesn't
​screw up too much.

Annie Feld (Producer/ Editor/ Asst Director)

Annie is a filmmaker and actress from the Bay Area, currently living in Los Angeles. Obsessed with theater and film from a young age, she began exploring filmmaking in Florence, Italy, working with 16mm film when she was 18. She received a B.A. from The New School University in New York City majoring in theater and then went on to complete the two year Meisner training program at the William Esper Studios. After a couple years traveling, Annie went back to school to receive a M.F.A from the American Film Institute in producing.   Annie also produced and edited “Undertow” ​which was nominated for an
AfricanMovie Academy Award for ​best short.

“Don’t Black Girls Go to Baptist Church Anymore?”Drama teacher Mike Sparrow comes to The EAR Agency with an important problem.
“Meet Akosua” Lead Agent Akosua Miller seems to have all the answers at work but still struggles to navigate a white party.


“Don’t Black Girls Go to Baptist Church Anymore?”Drama teacher Mike Sparrow comes to The EAR Agency with an important problem.

part 3

"If it's Not One Thing, it's a Mother" The team suffers communication problems as Akosua and Milo look into Anita Benita's Mother, Syreena Johnson.​

Part 4

The Relapse

Part 5