Monthly Archives: June 2020

Black Lives Matter Film & TV List Pt. 1 — Lindsay and Aakanksha’s Media Matinee

This article is the first in a two-part series. These are Lindsay‘s picks. Media is one of the best ways to connect with others, by learning about their experiences and struggles. It is imperative that we empathize with and learn … Continue reading

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If Bruce Lee Was a Superhero, Then Be Water is His Essential Origin Story — Cinemacy

We all know Bruce Lee “the legend”; but the new documentary Be Water succeeds in telling the story of the man who would be immortalized as philosopher king, Kung Fu master, and Hollywood legend by showing his biggest battle: a … Continue reading

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How LeBron James has become a leading voice for social justice in a racially divided nation — Queenie’s Blog , LLC

For some, in the ongoing debate about the greatest basketball player of all time, LeBron James only enhances his case through his activism off the court. The Los Angeles Lakers superstar has used his platform to speak out on political … Continue reading

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Biden campaign releases two new ads focused on the Black community — News

Marianna Sotomayor1d ago / 5:18 PM UTCWASHINGTON — The Biden campaign released two new digital ads focused on the Black community as a part of their $15 million, five-week ad buy in battleground states. The campaign started to run these … Continue reading

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Louis Armstrong Feature Doc Snapped Up by France’s MK2 Films (EXCLUSIVE) — Variety

MK2 Films (“Maria By Callas,” “Portrait of A Lady On Fire”) has come on board “Louis Armstrong: The Cause of Happiness,” a feature documentary exploring the many faces of the jazz music icon, and set against the backdrop of the … Continue reading

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Black Lives Matter: Materials to support the cause and educate yourself. — The Rollercoaster Life

After my previous blog post, I figured it would not make much sense for me to suggest educating yourself and understanding how to support the cause for a change if I did not show you how. So these are few … Continue reading

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The Ghost of Peter Sellers — Louis Proyect: The Unrepentant Marxist

Peter Medak is an 82-year old director who went through the harrowing experience of working with Peter Sellers in a comedy titled “Ghost in the Noonday Sun” in 1974. Like Ishmael quoting Job in the final page of “Moby Dick”, … Continue reading

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Documentaries about the refugee crisis WILL help you understand their struggle. — anisah journalist

The life of a refugee is one that can’t be understood unless their realities have been lived first hand. War, mass genocide, political hostility, oppression, religion. These are only some of the reasons why people become refugees. Here are some … Continue reading

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Steve Bing dead in fall from building; movie producer, son of Stanford philanthropists — nyob.news

Steve Bing, a movie producer, philanthropist and screenwriter, died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 55. via Steve Bing dead in fall from building; movie producer, son of Stanford philanthropists — nyob.news

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The Netflix Reboot Of ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Promises Chilling New Cases Filled With Disappearances, Deaths and The Paranormal — POP GOES THE WEEK!!

The series looks like a real scream. Remember the show about eerie unsolved cases with an even eerier soundtrack? Every time I’d hear the theme music to Unsolved Mysteries I knew I would be stuck on that couch for at … Continue reading

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