Its Sunday and it's one of the best months ever. Why not spend it watching these wonderful black films while maybe gaining some awareness afterwards. Bundy happened to stumble across "All Eyes on Me" on Ondemand. I'm enjoying this biography while having a conversation about injustice. Injustice that occurred then, and that still exist now. Although Tupac wasn't perfect, had his fucks up and confrontations. He stood up for our people and he stood up for his rights. I'm not saying that the world is going to change by watching these movies, but hindsight, maybe encourage us to work better within our community. Enjoy and HAPPY SUNDAY!!!
The Kalief Browder Story
A comprehensive look at Kalief Browder and the injustices present in the criminal justice system.
The history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on the fact that the nation's prisons are disproportionately filled with African-Americans
Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property
This movie examines the life of Nat Turner, who led a revolt in Virginia in 1831.
Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise
Poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou is celebrated using her own words set over rare photographs and video illustrating her remarkable life.
The Art Of HIP HOP
Here's a short documentary
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Thoughts of an OG- BYRD