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Trailer: Judas and the Black Messiah

New trailer just out today, January 12, for JUDAS AND THE BLACK MESSIAH. Daniel Kaluuya stars as slain Black Panther leader Fred Hampton, LaKeith Stanfield as the man who betrayed him, William O'Neal. #JudasAndTheBlackMessiahFilm comes to theaters and streams exclusively on HBO Max starting February 12. — Read the rest
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‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Trailer: The Fred Hampton Story is Headed to Sundance

Time for another great trailer for Judas and the Black Messiah, the film that tells the story of how the FBI targeted Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. Directed by Shaka King, Judas and the Black Messiah is expected to be an awards season contender, and the movie just got added to the 2021 Sundance Film Festival line-up to boot. The story focuses on how FBI informant William O’Neal (LaKeith Stanfield) infiltrated the Black Panthers to get close to Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya). Judas and the Bl...
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When Sun Ra Went to Egypt in 1971: See Film & Hear Recordings from the Legendary Afrofuturist’s First Visit to Cairo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DZXNe6Wuj0 Sun Ra died in 1993 (or he returned to his home planet of Saturn, one or the other). Twenty-seven years later his Arkestra is still going strong. “No group in jazz history has embodied the communal spirit like the Arkestra,” writes Peter Margasak at The Quietus. “Their hardcore fans are the closest thing jazz has to Deadheads.” We could further compare Sun Ra and Jerry Garcia as bandleaders—their embrace of extended free form playing against a ...
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Mandatory Streamers: Change Will Challenge Tradition in The Crown Season 4

Mandatory Streamers: Change Will Challenge Tradition in The Crown Season 4 Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of November 9, the royal family must face tremendous changes in The Crown Season 4 thanks to the arrival of Gillian Anderson’s Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin’s Princess Diana. Check out the best shows debuting and returning online this week as well as the latest renewal announcements below, and...
Tags: Videos, Hbo, UK, TV, London, Movies, New York City, Israel, US, Industry, Netflix, Britain, Margaret Thatcher, TV News, Streaming, Gillian Anderson


Valley of Tears Trailer & Key Art Released for HBO Max’s Limited Drama Series

Valley of Tears Trailer & Key Art Released for HBO Max’s Limited Drama Series HBO Max has released the official trailer and key art for Valley of Tears, the ten-episode limited drama series premiering on the streamer on Thursday, November 12. You can check out the trailer in the player below along with the new key art! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlo...
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How America's State Police Got Military Weapons

To date, the US has spent over $15.4 billion on the militarization of police.All of these weapons, vehicles, and equipment are acquired by the police through a military program called 1033. There are four major moments in history that enabled the creation of the 1033 Program: The Safe Streets Act of 1968, The Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1986, The National Defense Authorization Act of 1990, and The Patriot Act of 2000.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.Following is a transcription of t...
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Timely trailer for Fred Hampton biopic 'Judas and the Black Messiah'

Judas and the Black Messiah examines Black Panther Fred Hampton's betrayal by William O'Neal, Hampton's bodyguard turned FBI informant. Hampton was a rising star in the revolutionary arm of the Civil Rights movement when he was killed in a police raid at age 21. Forensic evidence suggested that Hampton and others had been drugged by O'Neal the night before the deadly raid. According to Newsweek, O'Neal was placed in federal witness protection after his involvement with the FBI came to ligh...
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‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ Trailer: This Might Be The Best Trailer You’ll See All Year

Judas and the Black Messiah tells the story of Fred Hampton, chairman of the Black Panther Party, and how he was betrayed by William O’Neal, a petty criminal forced by the FBI to infiltrate the Panthers and sow discord within Hampton’s movement. Daniel Kaluuya plays Hampton and LaKeith Stanfield is O’Neal, with Shaka King directing in his feature directorial debut and Ryan Coogler producing. And man oh man, is this one of the best trailers you’re going to watch this year. Judas and the Blac...
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Judas and the Black Messiah Trailer Reunites Kaluuya & Stanfield

Judas and the Black Messiah trailer reunites Daniel Kaluuya & LaKeith Stanfield Warner Bros. Pictures has released the official trailer for director Shaka King’s forthcoming biographical drama film titled Judas and the Black Messiah, featuring the reunion of Get Out stars Daniel Kaluuya and LaKeith Stanfield as they portray the roles of Black Panther activists Fred Hampton and William O’Neal. Produced by Ryan Coogler, the film is scheduled to hit the theaters in 2021. Check out the video in ...
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Overlooked No More: Brad Lomax, a Bridge Between Civil Rights Movements

A member of the Black Panthers, he helped lead a historic, and successful, sit-in in San Francisco as part of a nationwide anti-discrimination campaign on behalf of people with disabilities.
Tags: News, California, San Francisco, Black People, Discrimination, Demonstrations, Disabilities, Americans with Disabilities Act, Black Panthers, Lomax, Black Panther Party, Heumann, Protests and Riots, Califano, Joseph A Jr, Judith (1947-


Community organizations are returning to their 19th century roots

When I needed to donate a box of vegetables recently, I called a nonprofit in my Queens neighborhood in Queens, New York, that organizes low-wage immigrant workers. The organizer, Will Rodriguez, said, “You know, Rinku, we don’t usually do this stuff, but we just had to jump in because the need is so great. People are suffering so much.” By “this stuff,” he meant mutual aid, in which members of a community work together to meet each other’s urgent needs. Normally, the day laborers and domestic w...
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Alter – “Good Day’s Work”

Exhaustion, the grind of survival in America, and the cynicism it engenders, check out the new single by N.Y.C. native Alter. The son features sampling of a 1969 meeting between the Black Panthers and the Young Patriots, a group of redneck transplants in Chicago who decided to work with the Panthers after realizing their common struggles for decent housing, an end to police brutality, and self-determination. Together with the Puerto Rican organization the Young Lords, they formed the first...
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Despite Police Confrontation, the Queer Liberation March Was a Powerful and Peaceful Call for Justice

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets of lower Manhattan on Sunday for the Queer Liberation March for Black Lives and Against Police Brutality, a rallying cry against police violence that combined the spirit of Pride with the ongoing calls of the Black Lives Matter movement. Late afternoon reports on social media showed disturbing moments of confrontation after a largely peaceful march, with the police pushing through crowds of protesters and appearing to detain multiple people.New York Ci...
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Ta-Nehisi Coates's "Black Panther and the Crew" is a powerfully relevant superhero story about Black lives, police brutality, and US history

I have been frequently awed by Ta-Nehisi Coates's thoughtful observations on politics and race in America. But I'll be honest: I was somewhat disappointed by his first run of Black Panther comics. It felt, to me, more like a Coates essay accompanied by some action sequences. The ideas were there, and the art by Brian Stelfreeze was spectacular, but it just didn't grip me as a dramatic narrative. (His Captain America, illustrated by Leinil Francis Yu and others, has left me similarly cold.) Fortu...
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Criterion Streaming Classic Films From Black Filmmakers For Free

Criterion streaming classic films from Black filmmakers for free In response to the universal fight against systematic racism and social injustices, the Criterion Collection has announced that a number of classic films from Black filmmakers, who have pioneered the early African-American cinema, will now officially be streaming for free on the Criterion Channel. This is one of the company’s ways of showing support to the Black Lives Matter movement following the unlawful deaths of Ahmaud Arbe...
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The revolutionary art of Black Panthers graphic designer Emory Douglas, a short documentary

From 1967 through the 1980s, Emory Douglas was the Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party, the revolutionary social justice and political organization founded in Oakland, California. Douglas was the art director, designer, and primary artist for The Black Panther Newsletter and created the iconic Black Panther flyers, handouts, and posters. Hw work is as relevant, and as necessary, right now as it was 50 years ago. Art historian, artist, and professor Colette Gaiter referred to Do...
Tags: Art, Video, Design, News, Designers, Graphic Design, Douglas, Norman Rockwell, Black Panthers, Black Panther Party, Emory Douglas, Oakland California Douglas, Colette Gaiter


The Sisterhood: Reviving the evidence of things not seen

The Sisterhood reminds us that Black women are always our own antidote, our own cure. It was a refuge and refusal conceived by women who cared even when they didn’t have to The post The Sisterhood: Reviving the evidence of things not seen appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Friday, Toni Morrison, The Sisterhood, Solidarity, Black Women, Black Panthers, Top Six, Kizzy, June Jordan, Griots, FESTAC, Amina Baraka, Audre Lourde, Black collectives, Move Philadelphia


Fantastic social justice hoodies and sweatshirts featuring black activists and leaders

I first learned of Philadelphia Printworks because of a sweatshirt they designed for the Brooklyn Museum's showing of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963–1983, an absolutely essential exhibition of black artists' work at the intersection of activism, empowerment, and cultural pride. (The exhibition is currently on view at San Francisco's de Young Museum.) Philadelphia Printworks describes itself as "a social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop." I've bought two...
Tags: Post, Design, News, Activism, Clothing, San Francisco, Apparel, Activists, Social Justice, Black Panthers, Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Printworks, Young Museum Philadelphia Printworks, People s Free Food Program


Fantastic social justice hoodies and t-shirts featuring black activists and leaders

I first learned of Philadelphia Printworks because of a sweatshirt they designed for the Brooklyn Museum's showing of Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963–1983, an absolutely essential exhibition of black artists' work at the intersection of activism, empowerment, and cultural pride. (The exhibition is currently on view at San Francisco's de Young Museum.) Philadelphia Printworks describes itself as "a social justice heritage brand and screen printing workshop." I bought the "S...
Tags: Post, Design, News, Activism, Clothing, San Francisco, Apparel, Activists, Social Justice, Black Panthers, Brooklyn Museum, Philadelphia Printworks, Young Museum Philadelphia Printworks, People s Free Food Program


10 best Super Bowl halftime show moments

In years past, we’ve ranked the best overall Super Bowl halftime shows throughout history. Tired of that, last year we switched to the strangest moments to happen during halftime at the Super Bowl. But hello? There are only so many ways to say that Prince is the all-time champion of the Super Bowl halftime or Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake delivered the wardrobe malfunction heard ’round the world. So this year we’re stripping it down to the 10 more singular single moments of any halftime ex...
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SCOTUS Wife Ginni Thomas Floated Anti-Fraud Campaign For ‘Questionable’ Precincts

Ginni Thomas, the conservative activist and wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, wanted to “target” the “most questionable” precincts in Virginia with an anti-voter fraud campaign, according to an October 2016 email exchange she had with a prominent voter fraud alarmist and other conservative activists. The emails were made public Friday in the litigation over a sensational report released by the group of the alarmist, J. Christian Adams, who also served on President Trump’s short-l...
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The Revolution Will Be Cooked

Every morning, the Portland chapter of the Black Panther Party had a routine.Read more...
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214 Days

214 Days: Tree sitters have blockaded the Mountain Valley Pipeline for seven months. Here’s what motivates them to persist. It started with the two tree sits blocking the Mountain Valley Pipeline easement in Jefferson National Forest in West Virginia, in close proximity to the Appalachian Trail. These two tree-sits were soon followed by more acts of resistance along the pipeline route, including numerous aerial blockades and people locking down to equipment. In a video posted by one of t...
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Influential black women in travel

From hosts on well-known travel programs to popular travel bloggers on Instagram, the travel industry has not been representative of people of color. Over the past few years, there has been a surge of black millennial travelers documenting their travels online known as the Black Travel Movement. Now, there are many prominent black travel bloggers, tour operators, travel photographers, and communities online. These black women are the movers and shakers, the tastemakers and innovators of the ...
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Daniel Kaluuya Might Star in a Different Black Panther Movie (Not ‘Black Panther 2’)

Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya, who played W’Kabi in Marvel Studios’ mega-hit superhero film Black Panther, may soon star in a different type of Black Panther movie for Ryan Coogler. Kaluuya and his fellow Get Out actor Lakeith Stanfield are in talks to star in Jesus Was My Homeboy, a drama that tells the true story of Fred Hampton, a Black Panther revolutionary and activist who was assassinated in 1969. Coogler is set to produce, and you can learn more about the new project below. The Hollywood...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Drama, Casting, Atlanta, Fbi, Chicago, Illinois, Naacp, Ryan Coogler, Warner Brothers, True Story, Black Panther, Black Panthers, Hampton, Chicago Police Department


Black panther seen in Africa

For the first time in nearly 100 years, a black panther (also called black leopard) has been spotted and photographed on the African continent. Black leopards are more commonly found in Southeast Asia, and though there have been a few reported sightings of the species in Africa, only one was confirmed in Ethiopia in 1909. A research team from the Institute for Conservation Research of San Diego Zoo Global and the Loisaba Conservancy in Kenya spotted the cat in Laikipia County, just north of ...
Tags: Travel, Southeast Asia, Africa, New York Times, San Diego, Ethiopia, Kenya, All, Black Panther, Black Panthers, Panthers, Laikipia County, Laikipia, Laikipia Wilderness Camp, San Diego Zoo Global, African Journal of Ecology


A Troubled Sound Rings on in Danny Goldberg's 'In Search of the Lost Chord'

How plastic is the hippie? That's a question to dig in on. Some media will show you black and white photos adorned with flowers and smiles and peace signs while espousing the legendary, progressive steps taken by these individuals. Others will just tell you about The Altamont Speedway Free Festival, where drugs led to death and the party turned as sour as the beer on the Hell's Angels' breath that night. The truth lies somewhere in the air in between, under, and above all that, but Danny Goldbe...
Tags: Music, Media, Activism, Protest, Review, Book Review, Woodstock, Black Panthers, American History, Allen Ginsburg, Haight Ashbury, Goldberg, Sixties, Danny Goldberg, Akashic, Hippies


Ex-Voter Fraud Commissioners Spar With Voting Rights Advocates On House Panel

Election law attorneys who often oppose each other in court had the opportunity Tuesday to spar from the same witness table. On one side were two members of President Trump’s bogus voter fraud commission, which was disbanded under a bevy of lawsuits. On the other were voting rights advocates who have led legal challenges to to restrictive election laws. The occasion was a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Democrats’ package of voting-rights-oriented legislation. Hans von Spakovsky — an ex-...
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Striking photo essay about Oakland's Black Panther Party (1968)

Fifty years ago, San Francisco's DeYoung Museum exhibited Ruth-Marion Baruch and Pirkle Jones's striking photo essay depicting Oakland's Black Panther Party at the peak of their community activism and political activity. Starting this week, those powerful images will be displayed again as part of the Vanguard Revisited: Poetic Politics & Black Futures exhibition at the San Francisco Art Institute. The work is still pertinent today and will serve as a platform to discuss issues of documentar...
Tags: Post, Photography, News, Activism, San Francisco, Oakland, Black Panthers, Vanguard, Pirkle Jones, DeYoung Museum, San Francisco Art Institute, Oakland s Black Panther Party, Ruth Marion Baruch, Poetic Politics Black Futures


John Berger was a Lifelong Cultural Agitator with a Valuable Point of View

None At first glance, titling the first intellectual biography of John Berger A Writer of Our Time appears to be a simple homage to Berger's 1958 novel, A Painter of Our Time. Joshua Sperling instead sets out the title as an argument, providing powerful evidence that Berger was indeed a writer of our time. Had Sperling set out to tell the story of 20th century art through Berger's work, the project would likely have been smothered in artifice. Yet by carefully laying out the path of Berger's a...
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