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 »
Roscoe Lee Browne,
John Henrik Clarke
OnePeople is a documentary to celebrate Jamaica's global reach and significance in her 50th year and how that came to be. One aspect of the documentary is interviews the many Jamaicans who ... See full summary »
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 »
I love this show. Tavis Smiley's PBS show is good enough to be on network television. Tavis books the best guests and asks good questions. The people at BET are idiots for letting this man go. My only complaint about this show is that it is only 30 minutes when it should be a full hour. Tavis Smiley always represents! If you haven't seen this show, or never watch PBS, I suggest you start. Tavis Smiley has had guests ranging from Tom Cruise, John Edwards, Maya Angelou, Bruce Willis, Borack Obama, and others. Politicians, actors, writers, artists... Tavis has them all. I really cannot stress how good this show. Tavis's show takes place in Los Angeles and represents with Los Angeles is all about(at least the part where I am from). Keep doing your thing Tavis!
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