DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING "WHITE PEOPLE CAN'T BE EQUAL TO BLACK PEOPLE"
DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING "WHITE PEOPLE CAN'T BE EQUAL TO BLACK PEOPLE" *** **NOTE: NONE of the clips in the web series are in the full length film. These are all out takes** ABOUT DR FRANCES CRESS WELSING Dr.Frances Cress Welsing,(1935-2016) was a psychiatrist best known for writing The Isis Papers, was born Frances Luella Cress in Chicago, Illinois, on March 18, 1935. Welsing, who was the child of physician Henry Cress and teacher Ida Mae Griffen, grew up the middle of three daughters. She received her Bachelor’s of Science from Antioch College in Ohio in 1957 and her medical degree (M.D.) from Washington, D.C.’s Howard University in 1962. After earning her M.D., Welsing stayed in Washington, D.C., pursuing a career in child and general psychiatry. Welsing spent nearly twenty-five years working as a staff physician for D.C.’s Department of Human Services, and also as the clinical director of two schools catering to children with emotional troubles. Welsing opened her own private practice in D.C. in 1967. Through her published works and her research, Welsing sought to help bring about a solution to the mental health problems of the black community by understanding racism. Dr. Welsing passed away January 2, 2016. This is the last known on camera interview footage of her. ABOUT THE AMERICAN LOWS WEB SERIES The American LOWS (Legacy Of White Supremacy) Web Series is a companion to the feature length documentary film The American LOWS directed by Darnley R. Hodge, Jr. (aka Brother Saankara) for Blackamoor Films LLC. The American LOWS is an interview-based documentary that examines the global system of white supremacy and the evolution of that system in America. Interviewees include some of the nations top scholars, politicians, and authorities. The web series mostly features interview out takes that were not included in the full length film. Interviewees include: Michael Eric Dyson, Michael Steele, Anthony Browder, Jacqueline Battalora, Joe Madison, Runoko Rashidi, Ashra Kwesi, Nkechi Taifa, Gerald Horne, Donald Temple, Etan Thomas, Jared Bernstein, Mark Krikorian, Joseph Torres, Hilary Shelton, Paul Butler, Roland Martin, and the late Dr. Frances Cress Welsing in her final on camera interview. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org *** ❤️ Help us produce more content! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=K7DVUAUBKGEWY *** 🎥 Subscribe To The Channel For More Videos: https://bit.ly/3wstzRx *** Some More Videos I Know You'll Love: ASHRA KWESI in Egypt taking about the African origins of Greek spiritual ideas: ▶️ https://youtu.be/67QzclUcmKo JACQUELINE BATTALORA talks about why identifying whiteness in the media is important: ▶️ https://youtu.be/NMQD0fmrP7k ANTHONY T BROWDER talks about the deceptive power of white spiritual images: ▶️ https://youtu.be/AG-D31Ekoc0 JOE MADISON talks about power, resources, and responsibility: ▶️ https://youtu.be/qZaDkDjXiDs *** ► THANKS FOR WATCHING PLEASE REMEMBER TO LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE - https://bit.ly/3wstzRx *** #BlackamoorFilms #DrFrancesCressWelsing #WhitePeople #TheAmericanLows #BlackPeople
Audre Lorde: A Burst of Light (1993)
"'Audre Lorde: A Burst Of Light' is much more than the story of an African American poet who died of cancer in November 1992, told through words, music and poetry. This program not only recounts major turning points in Lorde's developments as an artist but recaptures the essential message of her life: that survival is possible in a hostile world. From her birth in Harlem in 1934, the daughter of West Indian immigrant parents, Audre Lorde overcame the challenges of race and sex discrimination, homophobia, the cultural and intellectual repression of the 1950s, and a [fifteen-year] battle with cancer.
Assata Shakur in Cuba, Part 1, Interview Kenny S.
Videographer Kenny Snodgrass, Actives and Author of From Victimization to Empowerment. www.trafford.com/07-0913 - This was an interview with Assata Shakur in Cuba, a member of the Black Liberation Army, a victim of armed police attacks in the 1960's. This interview was conducted by myself (Kenneth Snodgrass), and others in May of 1992. We were there as part of the Venceremos Brigade. The Venceremos Brigade was founded in 1959 to foster friendship between Cubans Americans and Americans in the U.S.A. I interview her a number of times, and plan to use them in my new book called "Conversation with James Boggs, and Assata Shakur." Videographer Kenny Snodgrass, Author of From Victimization to Empowerment. www.trafford.com/07-0913 eBook available at ebVideographer ookstore.sony.com
The American LOWS - Now Available!
The American LOWS - Now Available! *** • ORDER THE FILM NOW FOR ONLY $19.99! http://www.theamericanlows.com • SUBSCRIBE to our channel and watch The American LOWS web series NOW on YouTube! • Give The American LOWS film as GIFT to family and friends! CLICK HERE: https://py.pl/1tVG2I The American LOWS (Legacy Of White Supremacy) is an interview-based documentary that examines the global system of white supremacy and the evolution of that system in America. Interviewees include some of the nations top scholars, politicians, and authorities. Written, Produced and Directed by Darnley R. Hodge, Jr. The American LOWS features Michael Eric Dyson, Michael Steele, Anthony Browder, Jacqueline Battalora, Joe Madison, Runoko Rashidi, Ashra Kwesi, Nkechi Taifa, Gerald Horne, Donald Temple, Etan Thomas, Jared Bernstein, Mark Krikorian, Joseph Torres, Hilary Shelton, Paul Butler, Roland Martin, and the late Dr. Frances Cress Welsing in her final on camera interview. For inquiries about distribution, syndication, or screening please email email@example.com Copyright © 2020, Blackamoor Films, LLC. All Rights Reserved. *** ❤️ Help us produce more content! https://www.paypal.com/donate/?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=K7DVUAUBKGEWY *** 🎥 Subscribe To The Channel For More Videos: https://bit.ly/3wstzRx *** Some More Videos I Know You'll Love: JOE MADISON talks about power, resources, and responsibility: ▶️ https://youtu.be/qZaDkDjXiDs JACQUELINE BATTALORA talks about why identifying whiteness in the media is important: ▶️ https://youtu.be/NMQD0fmrP7k MICHAEL STEELE talks about the importance of Black self determination in America: ▶️ https://youtu.be/uy07pmoKGHE ETAN THOMAS talks about the lack of positive media around black athletes: ▶️ https://youtu.be/wd4I-uRrmT8 *** ► THANKS FOR WATCHING PLEASE REMEMBER TO LIKE, COMMENT, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE - https://bit.ly/3wstzRx *** #BlackamoorFilms #TheAmericanLows #WhiteSupremacy #TheAmericanLowsChannel #WebSeries
Denzel Washington is the LeBron James of Acting | Ext. Interview | DESUS & MERO
The legendary Denzel Washington joins us for the Season 4 premiere to talk about his latest project "The Tragedy of Macbeth," growing up in Mount Vernon, controversial pizza toppings, his late mother (and her appreciation for Billy Dee Williams), coming up in the theater, and always keeping "an attitude of gratitude." Topics: 0:00 - Intro 0:35 – The 2 Train and growing up in Mount Vernon 3:49 – Fordham University 4:46 – Pizza prices and types of pizza 5:27 – The Boys and Girls Club and how Denzel’s mom kept him out of trouble 7:14 – The Tragedy of Macbeth and acting 9:16 – Learning how to act on stage and it’s challenges 10:19 – Denzel talks about his mom reacting to Billy Dee Williams 11:34 – Important Hollywood/life lessons 13:15 – Desus and Mero’s relatives 14:55 – Trying to be incognito in public and dealing with fans 17:04 – Denzel on NY vs LA 18:20 – Denzel’s high school experience and the Bronx 20:20 – Streaming vs. the theaters in films 22:15 – Obama on D&M 22:30 – Denzel neon sign #DESUSandMERO #BodegaHive Subscribe to the DESUS & MERO YouTube channel: https://goo.gl/MRjgEi DESUS & MERO, the Bronx’s very own, reconnected online in the early days of Twitter, where they unleashed their potent personalities and found themselves kindred spirits. That led to stints on Complex and MTV, the Bodega Boys podcast, and a daily late-night show on Viceland, developing a feverish following. The quick-witted duo brings a distinct voice to late night, delivering smart and comedic commentary on any and all topics, that keeps audiences buzzing. DESUS & MERO continue to host their Bodega Boys podcast.