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7 Views · 3 days ago

⁣#AfricanHistory forms the foundation for every Black person / African in the world. It is such an important but neglected aspect of our life because we must learn from history to avoid making the same mistakes as in the past.
Today's guest is the author of bestselling historical books: 100 Great African Kings and Queens, and Seven Amazing African Queens and Dynasties, amongst others. He is also a practising Advocate of the High Court of South Africa

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4 Views · 4 days ago

⁣The main purpose of the virtual conference is to raise awareness around the need for an effective global African movement, and how this can be structured to avoid some of the pitfalls of other movements. We are also hoping to raise issues around reparations and creative approaches to demanding and making it. Speakers will be from various parts of global Africa.

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1 Views · 6 days ago

⁣A documentary on General Idi Amin Dada

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4 Views · 7 days ago

⁣A documentary celebrating the Black cultural renaissance that existed in the Greenwood district of Tulsa, OK, and investigates the 100-year-old race massacre that left an indelible, though hidden stain on American history.

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8 Views · 19 days ago

⁣Five children in Swaziland dive into their imaginations to create an original African tale about a girl on a dangerous quest.

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9 Views · 19 days ago

⁣At 83, Chicago legend Buddy Guy remains the standard bearer for the blues, an icon determined to see the art form live on long after he's gone. Enter guitar phenom Quinn Sullivan, who has been mentored by Guy since he was a kid. This stirring documentary, amplified by electrifying musical performances, charts the guidance Guy himself received from the likes of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf while observing the Grammy®-winner passing his wisdom to the next generation.

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12 Views · 1 month ago

⁣n February 2020 a shocking video began to circulate on Chinese social media. A group of African children are being instructed, by a voice off-camera, to chant phrases in Chinese. The kids repeat the words with smiles and enthusiasm — but they don't understand that what they're being told to say is " I am a black monster and my IQ is low."
The clip ignited outrage in China and beyond. But no-one ever answered some crucial questions: why was this filmed? Where was it shot? Who made it?
These questions send BBC Africa Eye reporters Runako Celina and Henry Mhango on a journey into a Chinese video-making industry that exploits vulnerable children across the continent.

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3 Views · 1 month ago

⁣Tenor saxophone master Sonny Rollins has long been hailed as one of the most important artists in jazz history, and still, today, he is viewed as the greatest living jazz improviser. In 1986, filmmaker Robert Mugge produced Saxophone Colossus, a feature-length portrait of Rollins, named after one of his most celebrated albums.

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6 Views · 1 month ago

⁣In 1968, we had the opportunity to spend time with Thelonious Monk and his musicians, following him in New York, Atlanta, and in various European cities. In New York his quartet plays at the Village Vanguard and at recording sessions for Columbia Records; in Atlanta they appear at a Jazz Festival organized by George Wein. The members of the quartet were Charlie Rouse, Larry Gales, and Ben Riley. The group was joined on the European tour by Ray Copeland, Clark Terry, Phil Woods, and Johnny Griffin, traveling as part of George Wein's Newport Jazz Festival road company.

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5 Views · 2 months ago

⁣The life and career of jazz musician Ron Carter, the most recorded bassist in history, featuring original concert footage and insights from jazz icons.

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3 Views · 2 months ago

⁣The Black Axe are one of the most feared and powerful organised crime groups in the world. The highly secretive mafia – referred to as a “cult” in Nigeria – have been accused of countless murders and are estimated to earn millions of dollars through internet

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6 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Come Back, Africa chronicles the life of Zachariah, a black South African living under the rule of the harsh apartheid government in 1959.

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9 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Discover Victoria Falls

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11 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Meet the woman who repeatedly risked her life and freedom to liberated others from slavery.

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8 Views · 2 months ago

⁣An exploration of the global power and impact of the music of John Coltrane where the passions, experiences and forces that shaped his life and revolutionary sounds are revealed.

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1 Views · 2 months ago

⁣Among experts, the practice of Female Genital Mutilation is widely considered African or Islamic. Cut disproves this and shows how this human rights violation is a native practice on every inhabitable continent including North America.

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13 Views · 2 months ago

⁣A documentary film about the life of pianist and jazz great Thelonious Sphere Monk. Features live performances by Monk and his band, and interviews with friends and family about the offbeat genius.

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4 Views · 2 months ago

⁣There's a tight-knit snake family that rules reptilian streets with impressive firepower and a fearsome reputation. Equipped with an array of deadly weapons and a bad attitude the Cobra family instills fear and chaos throughout the wilds of Africa and Asia.

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8 Views · 2 months ago

⁣In 14th-century Mali, an ambitious young royal named Mansa Musa ascended the throne of the richest kingdom in human history. This follows Malian artist Abdou Ouologuem on a journey to discover the truth behind the legendary African king.

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10 Views · 2 months ago

⁣A three-part anthology film exploring juju (magical) stories rooted in Nigerian folklore and urban legend, written and directed by the Nigerian new wave cinema collective known as Surreal16.

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