Our story our voice engages the diverse voices of the dis-empowered in a multi-cultural world that has no multi-culture voice. Beyond the mainstream media and politics of newspapers Our ... See full summary »
Brother Minister reveals the mystery surrounding the assassination of Malcolm X at the Audubon Ballroom in New York City on February 21, 1965. It probes the innocence of two of the ... See full summary »
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Hard Knock Life is a film based on true life experiences. These former inmates will take you through their dreadful stories as they served time in prison. This film is an astounding ... See full summary »
Glenn Towery, (an African American) and Linus Michael Leting, (An African from Kenya), two film students decide to attend the Million Man March called for by the honorable Minister Louis ... See full summary »
Hannity and Colmes has been a staple of my news intake for several years now. I find their debates interesting and their guests even more interesting.
The large amount of viewers garnered by most Fox News prime-time shows allows for some interesting guests to appear on the show, from both sides of the aisle. But Hannity and Colmes takes the cake, numerous appearances by people like Ann Coulter or Al Sharpton can be seen, along with the intelligent debate from the neo-conservative Sean Hannity and the Liberal-minded Alan Colmes.
If you want the news in rapid-fire fashion, this show is not for you. If you want to understand the news as both sides see it, then I highly recommend it.
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