When the award-winning filmmaker of "An Ordinary Hero", Loki Mulholland, dives into the 400 year history of institutional racism in America he is confronted with the shocking reality that ...
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According to many authorities, since the late 1950's subliminal content has been tested and delivered through all forms of media, at an increasingly alarming rate. "PROGRAMMING THE NATION?"... See full summary »
John B. Alexander,
On December 7, 1993, twenty-five people were shot on a commuter train headed from New York City to Long Island. Six people were killed, nineteen people were injured, many more were affected... See full summary »
Michael J. Begley,
It's America's most iconic residence - symbol of national history, and icon of democracy. From the Oval Office to the family dining room, through national crises and world wars, the 200-... See full summary »
The film focuses on Tommy Zeigler, a man convicted of killing his wife, her mother and father, and another male in his Winter Garden, Florida furniture store on Christmas eve in 1975. But did he actually do it?
When the award-winning filmmaker of "An Ordinary Hero", Loki Mulholland, dives into the 400 year history of institutional racism in America he is confronted with the shocking reality that his family helped start it all from the very beginning.