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Hidden Colors 4: The Religion of White Supremacy (2016)

Hidden Colors is a documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe. This film discusses some of the reasons the contributions of African and aboriginal ... See full summary »

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Tariq Nasheed
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Delbert Blair Delbert Blair ... Himself
Tony Browder Tony Browder ... Himself
Jim Brown ... Himself
Rabbi Glickman Rabbi Glickman ... Yakub
Kaba Kamene Kaba Kamene ... Himself
Killer Mike ... Himself
Tariq Nasheed ... Himself
Nteri Nelson Nteri Nelson ... Herself
Patricia Newton Patricia Newton ... Herself
Eric Sheppard Eric Sheppard ... Himself
James Small James Small ... Himself
Jennifer Tosch Jennifer Tosch ... Herself
Phil Valentine Phil Valentine ... Himself
Robin Walker Robin Walker ... Himself
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Hidden Colors is a documentary about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe. This film discusses some of the reasons the contributions of African and aboriginal people have been left out of the pages of history. Traveling around the country, the film features scholars, historians, and social commentators who uncovered such amazing facts about things such as: The original image of Christ; The true story about the Moors; The original people of Asia; The great west African empires; The presence of Africans in America before Columbus; The real reason slavery was ended And much more.

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26 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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Lots of useful information but clunky in places
9 July 2016 | by ZyalSee all my reviews

I really wanted to enjoy this documentary as it was highly recommended. Unfortunately, the format didn't work for me. There was lots of stimulating and interesting discoveries but the talking heads and melodramatic music with the underlying (black people are good and white people are bad) subtext got annoying after a while. As an African woman who was born and raised in Edinburgh, but now live in London, I'm enthusiastic about acquiring more and more knowledge about ANYTHING black, especially POSITIVE information.

Documentaries by black scholars are my favourite thing and I've watched many. I love African history so this should have worked for me. Actually it was one of the worst I've ever seen. Not the CONTENT itself, I'm referring to the way it was structured and how the segments were edited together. This was problematic. It made it hard for me to follow. It was way too long and would have benefited from a narrator and tighter editing. I often found myself saying 'eh?' The way the segments jumped around from past to present without any coherent link or sometimes context, was confusing.

I frequently watch Tariq Nasheed on YouTube and unlike my sisters, I like him a lot. He's well informed, articulate and passionate about exposing White Supremacy which is still an evil force in contemporary society. Racism and white supremacy will probably ALWAYS be a thing. Sadly for me, Hidden Colours 4 just didn't flow together very well. Tariq, if you're reading this, I want my money back!! (Joke)


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