Acclaimed new documentary ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution’ will make its television debut on PBS’ Independent Lens on February 16, 2016.
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Stanley Nelson‘s acclaimed new documentary, ‘The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution,’ is scheduled to open at New York City’s Film Forum on September 2.
Support post-production for ‘FREE CeCe!,’ a documentary from executive producer Laverne Cox that explores CeCe McDonald’s incarceration and life as an advocate and prison abolitionist.
In light of the recent mayhem at a Texas pool party, ‘Nightly Show’ host Larry Wilmore conducted a Special Public Pool History Edition of his Knowledge College segment.
“How can we all—regardless of race—honestly reckon with our country’s fraught racial history and free ourselves from its burden?” Ta-Nehisi Coates seeks to answer in ‘Between the World and Me.’
MTV’s ‘Rebel Music: Native America’ features four indigenous musicians and activists — Frank Waln, Inez Jasper, Nataanii Means (son of activist Russell Means) and Mike “Witko” Cliff — using art to save their communities.
An official trailer and poster have been unveiled for Sundance breakout ‘Songs My Brothers Taught Me,’ which depicts a complex portrait of modern-day life on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
“If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.” – Malcolm X
Los Angeles’ infamous serial killer Lonnie Franklin, Jr. is at the center of Nick Broomfield‘s latest documentary, ‘Tales of the Grim Sleeper,’ now available on HBO.
Larry Wilmore‘s ‘Nightly Show’ skewered the Ferguson police department and the Department of Justice’s “Ferguson Report,” which basically tells us what Ferguson’s citizens and protesters have been saying for months.
With “Blacker The Berry,” Kendrick Lamar unleashes a scathing critique on some generational intra-racial issues.
Director Göran Hugo Olsson visualizes Frantz Fanon’s analysis of the dehumanizing effects of colonization in ‘Concerning Violence: Nine Scenes from the Anti-Imperialist Self-Defense.’
Dream Defenders’ executive director Phillip Agnew speaks on systematic inequality on PBS’ unique town hall discussion, ‘America After Ferguson.’