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Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism (2014)

Hidden Colors 3: The Rules Of Racism is the third installment of the critically acclaimed documentary series Hidden Colors 1 and 2. This installment of Hidden Colors tackles the taboo ... See full summary »

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Hidden Colors 3: The Rules Of Racism is the third installment of the critically acclaimed documentary series Hidden Colors 1 and 2. This installment of Hidden Colors tackles the taboo subject of systematic racism. The film explores how institutional racism effects all areas of human activity,and the rules,laws,and public policies that are utilized to maintain this system. Hidden Colors 3 features commentary from a diverse group of scholars,authors,and entertainment icons,which includes actor/rapper David Banner (The Butler), comedian Paul Mooney (The Chapelle Show),New York Times Best selling author Tariq Nasheed, Civil Rights activist/comedian Dick Gregory,Hip-Hop legend Nas,and many more.

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Good documentary and very informative
31 May 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was skeptical of the information promoted and provided in this film. But, I researched all the information I watched after watching this film. I was blown away... All of the information was easy to find on the net as well as Amazon books. I've ordered most of the books and this is just amazing that none of this is taught in mainstream society. Maybe there would be less racism and hate in the world if this information was taught to everyone. I know a lot of people are just writing this off as some Afrocentric b.s., but seeing as everything has been documented by non-black people, it makes it all the more believable. I would say, watch this documentary objectively and then do your own research. Many people are over looking at the surface and not seeing this is just historical information that is has been swept under the rug.


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