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17 Dec 2018

BMA: Black Media Archive

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The Black Media Archive is a multi-media collection of African and African-American history, including speeches, archival video, movies, music, and more. It exists as a central resource of Black history in multi-media formats.

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    Episode 353: "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" (part 2)

    In the conclusion of "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sits down for a dialogue with Alex Jones of InfoWars. Presented by Final Call Broadcasting, this wide-ranging interview was recorded on January 4, 2016.

  • Posted on 09 Apr 2018

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    Episode 353: "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" (part 1)

    In this episode of "Farrakhan Speaks: The Alex Jones Interview" the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan sits down for a dialogue with Alex Jones of InfoWars. Presented by Final Call Broadcasting, this wide-ranging interview was recorded on January 4, 2016.

  • Posted on 06 Apr 2018

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    Episode 352: "A Knocking at the Gate"

    The film "A Knocking at the Gate" (1964) was the second part of the documentary series "Minority Report." Produced by the North Carolina Film Board for the North Carolina Intercollegiate Council for Human Rights, the series stated the opinions and experiences of Negro students in North Carolina. These student demonstrators tell of the motivation and the philosophy that keeps them going, in spite of the indignities and the perils they encounter on the streets.

  • Posted on 20 Mar 2018

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    Episode 351: "Goodbye to Carolina"

    The film "Goodbye to Carolina" (1964) was a part of the documentary series "Minority Report." Produced by the North Carolina Film Board for the North Carolina Intercollegiate Council for Human Rights, the series stated the opinions and experiences of Negro students in North Carolina.

  • Posted on 27 Feb 2018

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    Episode 350: "Art in the Negro Schools"

    The educational silent film "Art in the Negro Schools" parts 1 and 2 (1940) surveys the instruction of the fine and performing arts at leading African American institutions, including Calhoun, Dillard, Fisk, Hampton, and Howard. The film argues that in addition to agriculture and industry, exposure to theater, music, dance, and the fine arts produces well-rounded students and enriches their lives. The film was part of the sponsor’s Negro Education for American Living series. The foundation provided funds for parks, established the Religious Film Association, improved educational opportunities for African Americans, and fostered awareness of African and African American art.

  • Posted on 21 Feb 2018

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