Daily Archives: July 20, 2013

Paying Homage: Oscar Micheaux’s “Body & Soul” (1925)


As the first major African American filmmaker to write, produce, direct and distribute his own body of work, Oscar Micheaux is regarded as one of the best storytellers when recounting African-American life. In this race film, we are privileged to … Continue reading

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What Country Is This? ….A Search Warrant To Draw Blood?…Really?


In a country where there are plenty of consequences for irresponsible decisions, the growing practice of DRAWING BLOOD to prove a suspect is under the influence of alcohol is absolutely a hot button. In this intrusive procedure, Gwinnett County Task … Continue reading

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President Obama Keeps It Real on the Trayvon Martin Case


In the midst of high tensions and ultra sensitivity with the regards to the outcome of the Trayvon Martin case, President Barack Obama offers some food for thought. Enjoy!

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