The Spook Who Sat by the Door is a 1973 film based on the novel of the same name by Sam Greenlee. It is both a satire of the civil rights struggle in the United States of the late 1960s and a serious attempt to focus on the issue of black militancy.
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By Creator — 5 years ago
(Prod. by RA Foster) Directed by NHophotos
International Revolutionary Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. brings LIFE & POWER to the ONGOING SAGA of Black Male DEATH by WHITE officers with “2337”. Based on the fateful Dec. 4th, 1969 events in Chicago at 2337 W. Monroe. This song tells the story of the assassination of Chairman Fred Hampton Sr., 45 Years LATER the story is the SAME!!!! #FreeEmAll #FosterAJack
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By Elliot Booker — 4 years ago
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Parker’s 1999 rape case has dominated the press for his upcoming Oscar contending film, “The Birth of A Nation” press.
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By Elliot Booker — 5 years ago
Jim Brown speaks of Black Activism as a celebrity and entertainer. He talks about his feelings that Black sport celebrities and entertainers should do more than just entertain. Do you agree?, tell us your opinion.Post Views: 752