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 »

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Hakim Adi ...
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Sunara Begum ...
Presenter
Ishmahil Blagrove ...
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David Gustave Dawood ...
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Louis Farrakhan ...
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George Galloway ...
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Moneera Girshab ...
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Trevor Hakim ...
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Ken Livingstone ...
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Terry Marryshow ...
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Khaleel Muhammad ...
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Khabira-Imani Mwali ...
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Nazreen Nawaz ...
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Steve O'Taylor ...
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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 Story Our Voice offers a rare unbridled look into the voices of those who more often than not get marginalized. From nuclear weapons proliferation to the hypocrisy of western foreign policy, failure of plurality and democracy to the crisis in Darfur. Written by Sunara Begum

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When Whispers become screams

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Documentary

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10 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Peace in Our Time  »

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£500,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Features Farrakhan "State of the Black Union" Speech from the Tavis Smiley Show See more »

Quotes

Desmond Tutu: You will never get peace and security down the barrell of a gun.
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Soundtracks

Birkama
Written by Owen Alik Shahadah and Sona Jobarteh
Performed by Ocacia
Courtesy of SOULJAZZFUNK Records
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beautifully put together
23 February 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The film captures the conscience of one's inner state, getting closer to the truth that lies within, the truth most are afraid to express…a tapestry of many intricate layers. OSOV demands one to question one self, in the pursuit of getting to one's own understanding and not that of others. The path is an individual one and one that can only be walked alone. This is highlighted through the film as it is only the individual perspective and point of view we are exposed to and not any king of institution, which proves the power of one voice against many. The film is a must see by all especially here in the West where things are shifting rapidly. A must see for anyone seeking what lies beneath the gold we are shown. Well worth seeing.


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