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Keep Questioning. Keep Protesting. Keep Voting: 'When They Call You a Terrorist'

The Black Lives Matter movement has disrupted an undeserved comfort and acceptance of an unjust society. Rightfully so.

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Black Is...Black Ain't

A deceptively gentle plea for black Americans to embrace each other and accept difference.

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The Black List: Vol. 2

The sheer beauty of the images creates its own sort of narrative, a visual demonstration of The Black List's original impetus to recover the typically "negative" denomination of the "black list" and reframe it as positive and inspiring.

Television

In Prison My Whole Life

In Prison My Whole Life works through the contexts and details of Mumia Abu Jamal's experience, connecting it to other moments in recent American history.

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Fidel: The Untold Story

Fidel Castro has gone from revolutionary hero to “leader of the Third World” to being a “redwood", partly fossilized, partly living, and imbued with the history of a half-century of liberation struggles.

Boyd Williamson
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The U.S. vs. John Lennon (2005)

`U.S. vs. John Lennon' shows Nixon's efforts to quash a Beatle

Louis R. Carlozo
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The U.S. vs. John Lennon (2005)

The case against John Lennon was jumpstarted by a very scary image, namely, the musician and a black man on daytime TV.


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