Will Smith, using graphics & actors, hosts this survey of the long struggle for Blacks to become full citizens, centering on the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution.
This documentary follows an activist intent on proving that 2 men imprisoned for killing Malcolm X are innocent & real killer was free living in Newark.
Irene’s upper-class life is set into turmoil when after years she is re-united with her friend Clare who has married, passing as white,
Writer-director Barry Alexander Brown’s film is based on Bob Zellner’s well-received 2008 autobiography The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement. The author’s move from sympathetic but do-nothing white moderate to zealous C-R activist is a good illustration of Dr. King’s criticism in his famous prison letter. At first …
In a housing development near Paris a college-student brother seeks to counter the influence of a drug-dealing brother upon the middle teenage brother .
A Black youth with bright prospects of becoming a filmmaker is accused of involvement in a robbery that ended in death carried the burden of presumed guilt by most of those in the criminal justice sentence.
A Black man’s fatal confrontation with a racist White cop is repeated over & over & over again.
Before the Civil War a Black man who voluntarily returns to slavery to teach slaves how to read finds an eager pupil in a young girl.
Concert singer Marian Anderson’s story, from her childhood church singing through her rejection that led to her famous Lincoln Memorial Concert through the Civil Rights era.
Drawing on his own experience Steve McQueen tells the story of a Black boy victimized by the British racist educational system designed to weed out minority students.