Documentary film, directed by Göran Olsson, that examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in American society from 1967 to 1975. – Wikipedia
British actor Daniel Kaluuya discusses the true horror lurking in Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' and the world we live in.
For the western white man, Africa has represented the geography to house the universe of his darkest myths. No continent has been so foreign to him. His relationship with it has been superficial and conflicting, rarely from the integration, equality and respect. Whether as tourists, aid workers, technicians or settlers, white in Africa, even today, inhabits islands that protect and separate him from a world that he does not understand.
This 90-minute documentary explores the history of a century of films involving African-American people, and takes a look at the lives and work of many accomplished actors and directors. The program includes rare footage, scenes from classic movies, and commentary from Sidney Poitier, James Earl Jones, Richard Pryor, Whoopi Goldberg, Denzel Washington, Spike Lee, and Robert Townsend, among others.
Haiti and The Dominican Republic- The Roots of Division
Thames Televisions cutting edge documentary team 'This week' visited the US to whitness the black civil rights movement in action
When Irish settlers first moved to the area now known as Priceville in Ontario Canada, to their surprise, they found a community of black people already living there.
Beginning in the 1880s and through the 1920s, vaudeville was home to more than 25,000 performers, and was the most popular form of entertainment in America. From the local small-town stage to New York's Palace Theater, vaudeville was an essential part of every community.
One man's search through New York city's five boroughs, looking for a black owned pizzeria....
Take a journey in history and learn the importance and significance that blacks played in the creation and progress of America's Magic City. Re visit the past and understand how the race lines in South Florida were created and eventually transcended. The Black Miami takes you into a history that is rarely told but is not forgotten.
Afrofuturism emphasizes the intersection of black cultures and imagination, liberation, and technology. Rooted in works like those of science fiction author Octavia Butler, avant-garde jazz legend Sun Ra, and George Clinton, Afrofuturism explores concepts of race, space and time and asks the existential question posed by critic Mark Dery: "Can a community whose past has been deliberately erased imagine possible futures?"