Monthly Archives September 2013

Car crash victim runs to police for help, is shot to death instead

Car crash victim runs to police for help, is shot to death instead

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Happy Trailer (Documentary 2012)

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Happy Trailer (Documentary 2012)

Published on Feb 2, 2012

Happy Trailer, a documentary film, in theaters February 11th, 2012.
From Academy Award director Roko Belic (Genghis Blues), Happy documentary takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana

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Imani Perry on the Zimmerman Verdict: “Where do we go from here?”

Imani Perry on the Zimmerman Verdict: “Where do we go from here?”

Published on Jul 22, 2013

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To help us make sense of the Zimmerman verdict and the conversations surrounding it, we looked to Tim Wise for some answers. Here she reacts to the question: “Where do we go from here?”

For more discussion of the Zimmerman verdict, check out MEF’s blog: http://www.mediaed.org/blog/?p=2661

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We’re Not Broke 2012 Documentary

We’re Not Broke 2012 Documentary

An expose on how the government has allow U.S. corporations to avoid paying taxes and the growing wave of discontent that it has fostered.

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For unemployed black Americans, MLK ‘dream’ unfinished (via AFP)

For unemployed black Americans, MLK ‘dream’ unfinished (via AFP)

Fifty years after the “dream” of racial equality invoked by Martin Luther King at the March on Washington, the reality is that African-Americans still suffer the most unemployment. Government statistics show the overall US unemployment rate stood at…

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Destroy the Perceptions: Liberate from the Residue of Slavery (via SBWire)

Destroy the Perceptions: Liberate from the Residue of Slavery (via SBWire)

Critical Thoughts Publishing releases the first in the Blacknesia™ series… written to address societal changes in the wake of the shifting landscape in America and the impact on Black people, in particular, Black men. Willingboro, NJ — (SBWIRE) –…

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Illegal to Use the N-word in NYC

Illegal to Use the N-word in NYC (via Tom O’Halloran)

And As the World Turns, it get more and more ridiculous! Federal jury rules it’s illegal to use the N-word while at work even if you’re black. Also, I guess its ‘okay’ to use the words, Spik, Daego, Cracka etc.. Submitted by: Veronica…

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Civil Rights struggle brought black literature to fore

Civil Rights struggle brought black literature to fore (via AFP)

In the half century since Martin Luther King’s march on Washington came to symbolize the Civil Rights struggle, black literature has found its place at the heart of American culture. Before the era of King’s march, which was marked on Wednesday when…

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Gwen’s Take: War and Peace and the President

Gwen’s Take: War and Peace and the President (via PBS News Hour)

By: Gwen Ifill On Wednesday, President Barack Obama sat down with NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff. Official White House Photo by Pete SouzaIt never gets old slipping inside the gates at Pennsylvania Avenue and walking up the path to the White…

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White greeters only? Church apologizes for pastor’s request (via The Christian Science Monitor)

White greeters only? Church apologizes for pastor’s request (via The Christian Science Monitor)

The entrance to the Freedom House church in Charlotte, N.C.(WBTV video grab) Most would agree with Pastor Makeda Pennycooke when she wrote: “First impressions matter.” Most would agree with her statement that a church wants “the best of the best on…

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