“A Century of Black Cinema” is a dope documentary. It’s worth checking out if you’re into documentaries in general but especially if you consider yourself a film buff or movie fan. In a bit under 2 hours, you can learn a lot about the history of the Black film industry. Most of the content focuses on the actors and actresses who appeared in front of the camera but there’s also some info about a few Black directors.
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If you’re interested in learning about an organization that overcame entrenched Black voter registration suppression and intimidation to become the majority of registered voters an independent political party then my Lowndes County Freedom Organization (LCFO) Black History Short is for you.
This profile is not meant to be a detailed study of the Black Panther Party but rather a balanced overview of its history. I hope that you might learn something new about the Black Panther Party’s ideology, programs, and controversies. The profile is intended to serve as a rabbit hole, piquing your interest in the organization and then motivating you to seek out more information to form your own opinions.
A profile of Stokely Carmichael, an activist and political organizer who participated in the Freedom Rides, launched the Lowndes County Freedom Organization, served as chairman of SNCC, and was the first to express the ideology of Black self-determination as “Black Power.”
A historical profile of the Negro Leagues, which consisted of various Black teams and Black baseball leagues that operated during the time of major league baseball’s color barrier. Black Baseball clubs and teams had existed before the major leagues so they were able to continue playing against each other despite being shut out. Under Rube Foster’s vision and guidance, the Negro Leagues experienced its first period of prosperity during what came to be referred to as the “golden age of Black baseball”.