Nelson George, hip-hop aficionado, author, filmmaker, and more, is back with a new webisode series entitled Left Unsaid. Broken into a series of chapters, Left Unsaid explores a group of women who engage with social media and displays how that affects real life conversation and interaction. Says George “While technology drives much of the talk, it is often buried within conversations about motherhood, race, class, gentrification, music, and, of course, love & sex.” The chapter featured above, “Alive In Cuba,” addresses the long debated subject of Tupac‘s death, and features Chyna Layne from Precious. Click here to check out the full series of video vignettes. For more, check out this in-depth article on The Huffington Post, which begins with George stating “Black Americans seem to think that their vision of race is the only one that matters. In Canada and England, they don’t have our history and so they view race differently,” says Nelson George.