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Daily Archives: February 7, 2021
A movie about a CIA agent accused of treason who uncovers a right wing militia plot to overthrow the government? Every month is Black Film History month at The Griot, (@TheGriotTV) a new African American-oriented TV channel. And there’s always … Continue reading
Documentary Review: HBO’s “Black Art: In the Absence of Light” celebrates African American visual artists
African American artists have been around since the founding of the United States. But as in so many other corners of American history, they’ve been largely left out of the story of American art until quite recently. A Fisk University … Continue reading