BLACK CINEMA CLUB Presents HIDDEN COLORS
Hidden Colors – “Black” History uncovered
Hidden Colors (2011), PG 13, 1 hr. 56 min.
Directed By: Tariq Nasheed
Starring: Tariq Nasheed,Dr Frances Cress Welsing, Sharazad Ali, Sabir Bey, Booker T. Coleman
Self-appointed “game changer”, Tariq Nasheed, gathers some of the most formidable scholars, historians & practitioners for this ground breaking 2011 documentary “Hidden Colors”.
With cast members including Dr Frances Cress Welsing (The Isis Papers), Sharazad Ali (Black Woman’s Guide to understanding the Black Man) & Dr Umar Abdullah-Johnson (Conspiracy to Destroy Black Boys), “Hidden Colors” has beautifully assembled major pieces of black history to tell our story. From ancient Egypt, through to the early 16th Century existence of scholarly blacks in the UK, this film reveals astonishing evidence of major African contributions, inventions & philosophies.
It’s compelling viewing, enlightening information, which uplifts the human spirit and clearly demonstrates some of the reasons why the contributions of African, Moor and aboriginal people have been left out of the pages of history.
“Hidden Colors is the most eye opening documentary about the real and untold history of people of colour around the globe and will fill you with enough black pride to last two lifetimes!!!”
BCC are proud to announce that Dr Umar Abdullah-Johnson will be flying in to attend this special London screening. He’ll also be joined by some esteemed guests for the post film Q&A, Black History Studies, Dr Lez Henry & Esther Stanford.
Doors open @ 6pm, you mix n mingle and then movie starts at 7pm.
Date: Sunday 27th May 2012
Venue: Tricycle Theatre, 269 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 7JR
Purchase your tickets in advance by visiting Tricycle Theatre box office
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Brixton, South London
Racist Lady On A London, UK Tram!
Racist Lady On A London, UK Tram!
We all should just ignore the the crazy women..
Link to video
Racist Gang Attack Innocent Woman in UK WARNING GRAPHIC IMAGES
Full details here:
and here: http://www.bnp.org.uk/news/national/%E2%80%9Cenough-enough%E2%80%9D-%E2%80%93-rising-anger-over-court-bias-muslim-racists-swagger-free-leicester-c
A gang of 4 women attack an innocent woman and her boyfriend and shout racist abuse as they repeatedly kick her in the head.
The women are cleared of a racist crime in the UK courts and don't even get a custodial sentence as the court says it is not a racist attack.
The attack took place on 18th June 2010 but has only just been released by the British media.
21 Jump Street - Official Trailer [HD]
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Release Date: 16 March 2012
Cast: Jonah Hill, Channing Tatum, Ice Cube
Directors: Phil Lord, Chris Miller
Writer: Michael Bacall, Jonah Hill
Studio: Sony Pictures
An undercover police unit consisting of young looking officers infiltrate high schools to control youth crime.
So today stay focus, give today some respect, don't waste it on tomorrow, it might not come, what ever you had planned today stick to it, if you have not yet planned for today, take 5 mins right now and do it, but don't leave it for another day enjoy!!!!
Does anyone know the reason why Bobby Brown was refused entrance to Whitney's funeral, do you think he should had stayed away and was her path to destruction really bobby's influence and why did she not have the strength to take control
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