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REVIEW: Céline Sciamma’s “Girlhood”

Potent performances and swift storytelling make #Girlhood an early must-see

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REVIEW: Abderrahmane Sissako’s “TIMBUKTU”

Tender, engaging, and accessible “Timbuktu” is a return to masterful filmmaking

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The BRC’s Million Man Mosh III — NYC & DC

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UPDATE: The DC Show has been postponed due to weather.  More info to come. Some great music is set for NYC and DC, as the BRC’s Million Man Mosh returns to the Highline Ballroom (NYC) and the Howard Theatre (DC) to raise the roof in solidarity with ongoing movements for social justice. Here’s the official […]

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TONIGHT: Aisha Cousins’ “Brer Rabbit: The Opera”

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Another artist deals with the impact of gentrification.

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What Follows? The State of Black Collectivity in the Year of the Sheep

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@Harmony_Holiday offers a powerful manifesto for self-determination

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African-Diaspora Films to See in 2015 (pt. 1)

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See our list for great films for 2015 w/ @FGaryGray’s #StraightOuttaCompton, #GirlHood, & @Usher as Sugar Ray Leonard

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SEE IT: Roger Guenveur Smith’s “Rodney King”–12/3-7

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Channeling Rodney King,

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SEE IT: “25 To Life” on World AIDS Day

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New from @affrm in support of #WorldAIDSDay

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#BlackoutBlackFriday #BlackLivesMatter

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A surefire way to make your voice heard in America: Speak with your dollars.

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DOC NYC review: BROTHERS OF THE BLACK LIST

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“Brothers of the Black List” unfolds the story of the longest litigated civil rights case in American history

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