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In the conclusion of "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sits down for a dialogue with Alex Jones of InfoWars. Presented by Final Call Broadcasting, this wide-ranging interview was recorded on January…
In this episode of "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sits down for a dialogue with Alex Jones of InfoWars. Presented by Final Call Broadcasting, this wide-ranging interview was recorded on January 4…
The film "A Knocking at the Gate" (1964) was the second part of the documentary series "Minority Report." Produced by the North Carolina Film Board for the North Carolina Intercollegiate Council for Human Rights, the series stated the opinions and …
The film "Goodbye to Carolina" (1964) was a part of the documentary series "Minority Report." Produced by the North Carolina Film Board for the North Carolina Intercollegiate Council for Human Rights, the series stated the opinions and experiences …
The educational silent film "Art in the Negro Schools" parts 1 and 2 (1940) surveys the instruction of the fine and performing arts at leading African American institutions, including Calhoun, Dillard, Fisk, Hampton, and Howard. The film argues tha…
This episode is the 1973 documentary "Leenya" which looks at the life of Leenya, a young woman of Surinam. Leenya uses the term "Bush Negro" to describe her people. Generally, women are topless, while men wear polo shirts. Shows peeling and detoxif…
This episode is the second part of the documentary titled, "The Black Woman" (1970) featuring poetess Nikki Giovanni, singer Lena Horne, Bibi Amina Baraka (wife of poet-playwright Leroi Jones), a performance by Roberta Flack and other Black women d…
This episode is the first part of the documentary titled, "The Black Woman" (1970) featuring poetess Nikki Giovanni, singer Lena Horne, Bibi Amina Baraka (wife of poet-playwright Leroi Jones), a performance by Roberta Flack and other Black women di…
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The conclusion of this episode is the fourth part of the documentary, "King: Montgomery to Memphis" (1970) portraying the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1955 to 1968. Compiled entirely from archival and news footage, it presents …
Continuing this episode is the third part of the documentary, "King: Montgomery to Memphis" (1970) portraying the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1955 to 1968. Compiled entirely from archival and news footage, it presents an overv…
Continuing this episode is the second part of the documentary, "King: Montgomery to Memphis" (1970) portraying the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1955 to 1968. Compiled entirely from archival and news footage, it presents an over…
Happy Martin Luther King Day! This episode is the first part of the documentary, "King: Montgomery to Memphis" (1970) portraying the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. from 1955 to 1968. Compiled entirely from archival and news footage, i…
This episode is the third part of the documentary series "History of the Negro People" titled "Slavery." Starring Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee alongside The Voices, Inc. this dramatization is adapted "from actual testimony of former slaves." This episo…
This episode is the third part of the documentary series "History of the Negro People" titled "Slavery." Starring Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee alongside The Voices, Inc. this dramatization is adapted "from actual testimony of former slaves." This episo…
This episode is the second part of the documentary series "History of the Negro People" titled "The Negro and the South." Narratred by Ossie Davis the documentary explores the meaning of 'the Southern way of life.' This episode in the series first …
This episode is the first part of the documentary series "History of the Negro People" titled "Heritage of the Negro" featuring Dr. John Henrik Clarke and narratred by Ossie Davis. This episode in the series first aired October 10, 1965.
The conclusion of this episode of "The Great Adventure" titled "Go Down Moses" (1963) Ruby Dee portrays the escaped slave Harriet Tubman and her attempts to rescue enslaved family members and friends through the pre-Civil War Underground Railroad. …
In this episode of "The Great Adventure" titled "Go Down Moses" (1963) Ruby Dee portrays the escaped slave Harriet Tubman and her attempts to rescue enslaved family members and friends through the pre-Civil War Underground Railroad. Produced by CBS…
This episode features Della Reese performing the songs "In the Still of the Night" and "Melancholy Baby" during an appearance on the June 27, 1956 broadcast of the variety program "Stage Show" hosted by Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey and their orchestra.
This episode is the report, "Black Identity Extremists Likely Motivated to Target Law Enforcement Officers" dated August 3, 2017 and compiled by the FBI Domestic Terrorism Analysis Unit. The document states in its executive summary: "The FBI assess…
"Rufus Jones for President" (1933) is a highly entertaining all-black musical short starring Ethel Waters, and introduced the world to eight-year-old Sammy Davis, Jr. in his first screen appearance. In the film, Rufus Jones, a black child, is elect…
"The Warren Years: The Great Decisions" (1969) examines the major Supreme Court rulings in the areas of school desegregation and civil rights, reapportionment, and criminal procedure in light of the consequences of the decisions. Presents an evalua…
Movie: The conclusion of "The Intruder" also known as "I Hate Your Guts" and "Shame" a 1962 film directed by Roger Corman starring William Shatner as a racist mystery man sent to stir trouble in a southern town that is about to integrate its high s…
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Started
Oct 12th, 2006
Latest Episode
Apr 9th, 2018
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Daily
No. of Episodes
424
Avg. Episode Length
21 minutes

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