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Thu Feb 12 22:03:54 2015 UTClccn-n853869240.00Video organization file : National Black Programming Consortium : miscellaneous uncataloged material0.360.67Twelve disciples of Nelson Mandela137284617n 853869241728341NBPClccn-no96008465Independent Television Serviceprdlccn-n80142225California Newsreel (Firm)lccn-n79032200Corporation for Public Broadcastinglccn-no2006112862Hurt, Byron1970-ausdrtpronrtlccn-no94021892PBS Home Videolccn-no2007120419God Bless the Child Productionslccn-no2003125529Duke Media (Firm)lccn-no2003017936Kalin, Andreaproausdrtlccn-nr97011500Media Education Foundationlccn-no96011103Spark Media (Washington, D.C.)National Black Programming ConsortiumBiographyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcCase studiesTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsBiographical filmsFilm and video adaptationsUnited StatesRace relationsAfrican Americans--Social conditionsImmigrants--Health and hygieneHealth and raceMinorities--Health and hygieneDiscrimination in medical careAfrican American menMississippi--NatchezSlaveryPrincesMississippiMuslimsAfrica, WestSlavesAfrican American men--AttitudesMasculinityAfrican Americans--Health and hygieneMexicans--Health and hygieneHispanic Americans--Health and hygieneTohono O'odham Indians--Health and hygieneUnemployed--Health and hygieneSexism in musicRap (Music)Hip-hopMasculinity in musicPopular cultureAfrican Americans--Civil rightsAfrican American civil rights workersAfrican American gay menGay menAfrican AmericansPresidential candidatesPolitical campaignsFood preferencesFood habitsAfrican American cookingAfrican American men--Conduct of lifeAfrican Americans--Social life and customsFood--Social aspectsAfrican American politiciansWomen politiciansPolitical scienceMurderTexas--JasperHate crimesAfrican American men--Crimes againstAfrican American novelistsNovelists, AmericanHaiti1941197019711984198519861987199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201412004101195306.362RA448.4ocn78364152311414ocn191886932visu20080.22Prince among slavesBiographyThe true story of Abd al-Rahman Ibrahima Ibn Sori, a West African prince who was sold into slavery in 1788, eventually ending up in Natchez, Mississippi10786ocn216930144visu20040.50Unnatural causes is inequality making us sick?A seven-part documentary series arguing that "health and longevity are correlated with socioeconomic status; people of color face an additional health burden, and our health and well-being are tied to policies that promote economic and social justice. The hour-long introduction is followed by 6 half-hour program segments, which are set in different racial/ethnic communities, and provide a deeper exploration of the ways in which social conditions affect population health and how some communities are extending their lives by improving them--Provided by publisher99211ocn073313488visu20060.47Hip-hop beyond beats and rhymesCriticism, interpretation, etcA look at the conceptualization of masculinity in hip-hop culture. Includes interviews with prominent rappers, music industry executives, and social critics8315ocn056725183visu20020.30Brother outsider the life of Bayard RustinBiographyBiographical filmsA documentary examining the life of Bayard Rustin who, although one of the first "freedom riders," an adviser to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and A. Philip Randolph, and an organizer of the 1963 March on Washington, was forced to play a background role in landmark civil rights events because he was homosexual5584ocn826803810visu20120.23Hurt, ByronSoul food junkies"An exploration of the soul food tradition, its relevance to black cultural identity, and its continuing popularity despite the known dangers of high-fat, high-calorie diets...an absorbing and ultimately inspiring look at the cultural politics of food and the complex interplay between identity, taste, power, and health"--Container5573ocn057757276visu20040.30Chisholm '72 unbought & unbossedThis documentary follows the 1972 campaign waged by Shirley Chisholm, the first African-American woman to run for a major party's nomination for United States President. Chisholm first made her mark on American political history when, in 1968, she became the first African-American woman elected to Congress, representing New York5338ocn049658909visu20010.37Ralph Ellison an American journeyBiographyFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptations"First documentary on one of the most gifted and intellectually provocative authors of modern American literature ... presents the first scenes ever filmed from Ellison's landmark novel, Invisible man"--Container5193ocn302001314visu20090.26Égalité for all Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian RevolutionHistoryThe Haitian Revolution represents the only successful slave revolution in history; it created the world's first Black republic. At the forefront of the rebellion was General Toussaint Louverture, an ex-slave whose genius was admired by allies and enemies alike48610ocn051733880visu20020.31Two towns of Jasper"In 1998 in Jasper, Texas, James Byrd Jr., a black man, was chained to a pick-up truck and dragged to his death by three white men. The town was forever altered, and the nation woke up the the horror of a modern-day lynching. The filmmakers set out to document the aftermath of the murder by following the trials of the local men charged with the crime. The result is an explicit and troubling portrait of race in America, one thatasks how and why a crime like this could have occurred"4552ocn156824487visu20060.24Beyond the steps Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater"Follows the extraordinary dancers and renowned choreographers of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater as they do everything it takes to keep modern dance fresh and a legacy alive"--Container4204ocn212377961visu20070.54Williams, MarcoBanishedHistory"[R]ecounts the forgotten history of racial cleansing in America, when thousands of African Americans were driven from their homes and communities by violent racist mobs in the late 19th and early 20th centuries ... The film places these events in the context of present day race relations, by following three concrete cases of towns that remain all-white to this day (Forsyth County, Georgia; Pierce City, Missouri; & Harrison, Arkansas). [The film] raises the larger question -- will the United States ever make meaningful reparations for the human rights abuses suffered, then and now, against its African American citizens? Can reconciliation between the races be possible without them?"--Container3955ocn220959907visu20070.50Faubourg Tremé the untold story of Black New OrleansHistoryLong ago during slavery, Faubourg Tremé was home to the largest community of free black people in the Deep South and a hotbed of political ferment. Here black and white, free and enslaved, rich and poor co-habitated, collaborated, and clashed to create much of what defines New Orleans culture up to the present day. Founded as a suburb (or faubourg in French) of the original colonial city, the neighborhood developed during French rule and many families like the Trevignes kept speaking French as their first language until the late 1960s. Tremé was the home of the Tribune, the first black daily newspaper in the US. During Reconstruction, activists from Tremé pushed for equal treatment under the law and for integration. And after Reconstruction's defeat, a "Citizens Committee" legally challenged the resegregation of public transportation resulting in the infamous Plessy vs. Ferguson Supreme Court case. New Orleans Times Picayune columnist Lolis Eric Elie bought a historic house in Tremé in the 1990s when the area was struggling to recover from the crack epidemic. Rather than flee the blighted inner city, Elie begins renovating his dilapidated home and in the process becomes obsessed with the area's mysterious and neglected past. Shot largely before Hurricane Katrina and edited afterwards, the film is both celebratory and elegiac in tone3461ocn227819402visu20080.16The pactBiographyBy high school, Sampson Davis, Rameck Hunt and George Jenkins already knew too much about the drugs, crime and grinding poverty that colored their world. They pledged to help each other make it to college and even medical school. The doctors beat the odds and returned to their community to practice medicine. Now, despite grueling work loads, they face an even more daunting task: to inspire other to stay off drugs, out of gangs, and in school3411ocn806971106visu20120.22Endgame AIDS in Black AmericaEvery ten minutes, someone in the United States contracts HIV, and nearly half of the one million people in the United States infected with HIV are black men, women, and children. Endgame: AIDS in Black America is a groundbreaking two-hour exploration of one of the country's most urgent, preventable health crises. The film traces the history of the epidemic through the experiences of extraordinary individuals who tell their stories3252ocn823178292visu20120.19More than a monthHistoryShukree Hassan Tilghman, a young African-American filmmaker, sets out on a cross-country campaign to end Black History Month. Through this thoughtful and humorous journey, he explores what the treatment of history tells us about race and equality in a 'post-racial' America3154ocn068001260visu20060.60July '64HistoryIn the summer of 1964, a three-night riot erupted in two predominantly black neighborhoods in downtown Rochester, New York--the culmination of decades of poverty, joblessness and racial discrimination and a significant event in the Civil Rights era. Using archival footage and interviews with those who were present, the film explores the genesis and outcome of these three nights2943ocn078925158visu20030.27Flag warsCase studiesExamines the results of gentrification in Columbus, Ohio, when African American inner-city residents are met with an influx of white gay home buyers2343ocn073515057visu19980.56I am a manAn exploration of "what it means to be a black man in America ... [confronting] issues of race, and racism, through the lens of gender, probing deep within the traditional American ideals of manhood in order to draw out the complex and often ambivalent nature of black male identity"--Container2262ocn299152414visu20090.56Scarred justice the Orangeburg Massacre 1968"Everyone remembers the four white students slain at Kent State University in 1970, but most have never heard of the three black students killed in Orangeburg, South Carolina two years earlier ... When police and student demonstrators clashed at a segregated bowling alley, South Carolina officials called in the State Police and National Guard. More than 500 law enforcement officers were soon on the scene and tanks had cordoned off the black schools of South Carolina State College and Clafin University. Suddenly gunshots rang out. When the smoke cleared, three black students lay dead, twenty-eight more were wounded, mostly in the back and side. Though officers claimed self-defense, the FBI found no evidence of any students shooting from State's campus. Interviews with survivors of the Massacre, as well as journalists, the governor and a patrolman who had fired at the students reconstruct the horror of that night. Although the Justice Department charged nine officers with abuse of power, all were acquitted by a South Carolina jury. Forty years later no one has been held accountable"--Container2003ocn071839081visu20050.67Twelve disciples of Nelson MandelaHistoryBiographyAmerican filmmaker Thomas Allen Harris embarks on a journey to understand his South African stepfather: Pule Benjamin "Lee" Leinaeng, a member of the African National Congress who fought against apartheid as an international journalist11ocn759207613mixVideo organization file : National Black Programming Consortium : miscellaneous uncataloged materialFri Feb 13 11:08:47 EST 2015batch20935