Politics - The Power of Nightmares|
The Power of Nightmares, subtitled The Rise of the Politics of Fear, is a BBC documentary film series, written and produced by Adam Curtis. The films compare the rise of the Neo-Conservative movement in the United States and the radical Islamist movement, making comparisons on their origins and claiming similarities between the two.
The Haitian-Dominican Migration Crisis|
Who Was Jim Crow?
Cosmetic Surgery To Look Whiter Fails To Boost Women's Self-Esteem
Ohio School Apologizes After Attempting To Ban 'Afro-Puffs' And 'Twisted Braids'
The Dark Truth About Why South Africa Destroyed Its Nuclear Weapons in 1990 Mawuna Remarque Koutonin
'No shot, no ticket': Ethiopians decry Israeli birth control policies
The Invention of the White Race: Racial Oppression and Social Control by Theodore W. Allen
BET Founder: 'This Country Would Never Tolerate White Unemployment at 14 or 15 Percent'
'Mugabe: Hero or Villain': an interview with filmmaker Roy Agyemang
Britain's colonial shame: Slave-owners given huge payouts after abolition
By Sanchez Manning
Zimbabwe Empowerment Lessons for South Africa
By Rumbidzayi Zinyuke
No compensation for slaves By George Alleyne
Monsanto, the TPP and Global Food Dominance|
November 26, 2013 : Ellen Brown
Global food control has nearly been achieved, by reducing seed diversity with GMO (genetically modified) seeds that are distributed by only a few transnational corporations. But this agenda has been implemented at grave cost...
Haiti, Antihaitianismo, and the Dominican Republic
November 14, 2013 : The Public Archive
On September 23, 2013, the Constitutional Court of the Dominican Republic ruled that the children of "irregular" migrants born in the Dominican Republic after June 21st, 1929 would be stripped of their Dominican citizenship.
Black Faces for White People
November 06, 2013 : Margaret Kimberley
Black people have been stigmatized with racist caricatures from the first moment that Africans encountered Europeans. The victims of sexual assault were themselves labeled as "over sexed" perverts and freaks.
How Serious is the Caribbean Reparations Suit?
October 31, 2013 : Glen Ford
Twelve English-speaking Caribbean nations, plus Haiti and the South American country Surinam, are going to court demanding reparations from their former colonial masters for the crime of slavery. Great Britain, France and the Netherlands...
- Freedom Rider: Death and Somalia
October 06, 2013 - By Margaret Kimberley
- Innocent Kenyan Blood Drips from Imperial Hands
October 06, 2013 - By Mark P. Fancher
- If Charles Taylor is a War Criminal, Then So are Obama, Bush and Clinton
October 06, 2013 - By Glen Ford
- The World Needs Peace – But Not a Pax Americana
September 27, 2013 - By Cynthia McKinney
- Syria's New Game: The Russian Factor
September 18, 2013 - By Ramzy Baroud
- Obama: As Warlike as Bush...
September 06, 2013 - By Glen Ford
- The Pope and the Pan: Challenging Caribbean Inferiority...
August 07, 2013 - By Ras Tyehimba
- Racism ... Just Get Over It?
August 06, 2013 - By Onika Henry
- Why Zanu-PF won Election 2013
August 06, 2013 - By Tinomudaishe Chinyoka
- Trayvon and White Madness
July 22, 2013 - By Glen Ford
The French African Connection
The first episode of this three-part series untangles the web of political connections between France and its former African colonies.
The Modern Racist Paradigm
This documentary exposes the "White" Media's long-term agenda to standardize Caucasian people as the "social norm" for general society.
A Docu-Series about Latino Identity
Negro is a docu-series exploring Latino identity in the U.S. and abroad. Historical and present day issues of racism, colorism and social consequences of the color complex among Latinos by Dash Harris.
The Zionist Story - Ronen Berelovich
The Zionist Story, an independent film by Ronen Berelovich, is the story of ethnic cleansing, colonialism and apartheid to produce a demographically Jewish State.
The Jewish Question - Dr. Tony Martin
In 1993, Martin published The Jewish Onslaught: Despatches from the Wellesley Battlefront (The Majority Press). It was praised by a number of reviewers. However, the Chair of Martin's department at Wellesley, Selwyn R. Cudjoe, labelled Martin's book "Gangsta history, meant to demean and to defame others and to bring them into disrepute, rather than to enlighten and to lead us to a more complex and sophisticated understanding of social phenomena.
Vodun and Haiti - Prof. James Smalls
Professor James Smalls speaks about Vodun and what it means to African development.