Movie Of The Week: Bamboozled

Bamboozled A frustrated African American TV writer proposes a blackface minstrel show in protest, but to his chagrin it becomes a hit. A blistering satire of network television's pitfalls and prejudices, a humorous look at how race, ratings and the pursuit of power lead to a television writer's stunning rise and tragic downfall. Pierre Delacroix,... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America

C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America C.S.A.: The Confederate States of America Through the eyes of a British "documentary", this film takes a sarcastically humorous, and sometimes frightening, look at the history of an America where the South won the Civil War. A new "pseudo-documentary" examines what contemporary America would have looked like had the... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: AfterEarth

AfterEARTH A crash landing leaves teenager Kitai Raige (Jaden Smith) and his legendary father Cypher (Will Smith) stranded on Earth, 1,000 years after cataclysmic events forced humanity’s escape. With Cypher critically injured, Kitai must embark on a perilous journey to signal for help, facing uncharted terrain, evolved animal species that now rule the planet, and... Continue Reading →

Books: Reducing The Black Male Dropout Rate

Reducing The Black Male Dropout Rate REDUCING THE BLACK MALE DROPOUT RATE" BY: DR. JAWANZA KUNJUFU "Reducing the black male dropout rate" by: dr. Jawanza kunjufu -- publication date - February 25, 2010/192 pages -- overview --> "outlining the 10 most significant reasons behind the high drop out rate amongst black male students, this guide... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: Classified X

Classified X Melvin Van Peebles' Classified X is a 1998 French-US documentary movie written by Melvin Van Peebles, directed by Mark Daniels and narrated by Van Peebles, which details the history of black people in American cinema throughout the 20th century. A unique investigation exposes racist stereotypes of African Americans in the history of cinema,... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: Brotherhood of Death

Brotherhood of Death In the mid-to-late 1960s, three young African-American men leave their small Southern hometown to join the United States Army and fight in the Vietnam War. Upon their return home, they take up the cause of battling the racial injustices prevalent in the town. When the town's Ku Klux Klan members offer a... Continue Reading →

Movie Of The Week: The Black Klansman – I Crossed The Color Line

The Black Klansman After a black man's daughter is killed by the KKK, he seeks revenge by becoming a Klansman. The Black Klansman is a feature film originally released in 1966 under the name I Crossed the Color Line. Set during the struggle for civil rights, the film tells the story of an African-American man,... Continue Reading →

Americas Eugenics – African-American Womb Lynching

The New African-american Genocide : Americas Eugenics wiping out the Black population through abortion and sterilization. Madison Grant created what is called the “racialist moment” in American history. This was the period beginning approximately with the administration of Theodore Roosevelt (who wrote that the Negro was a member of “a perfectly stupid race”) and continuing through the administration... Continue Reading →

A Black Holocaust-The East St. Louis Massacre of 1917

A Black Holocaust In America The East St. Louis Massacre of 1917 "Nothing Kills Like Depraved White Men No Other Man...No Other Beast" Gregory Brown, Director - Black Holocaust Society Between 1824 and 1943 there were over 300 events classified as “Race Riots” in which entire white communities turn on and murdered, maimed and destroyed entire Black... Continue Reading →

Becoming a NATION

Becoming a NATION, African Americans must develop their own society and ethical values, including self-help, community-based enterprises. African Americans should reject cooperation with the government until black people can achieve internal cooperation and unity. The Racism problem in America remains ignored, and black people should not "compromise" with white racist policies. Supporting Black Nationalism and... Continue Reading →

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