The U.S. Vs. John Lennon movie trailer - starring John Lennon, Tariq Ait Ben Ali, Carl Bernstein, Robin Blackburn, Chris Charlesworth. Directed by David Leaf. Theatrical Release Date: 9/15/2006
Michaela Angela Davis talks with Marc about how there is a growing 'sad sorority' of mourning women.
The decision to cast a light-black actress as singer Nina Simone in a new film is causing a stir. Why does Hollywood have a habit of 'lightwashing' black figures? Marc Lamont Hill is joined by Anne Daramola, Gayla Burks, Michaela Angela Davis, Salamishah Tillet and Tiffani Jones to discuss.
The petite actress and producer reminded us of Grace Kelly in her simple, but stunning, pastel gown at the premiere of her documentary 'Free Angela Davis and All Political Prisoners.'
Image activist Michaela Angela Davis and Jamilah Lemieux join Marc to talk about why she's intent on keeping her hair all natural.
Marc is joined by Michaela Angela Davis to explore the many possibilities black women have when it comes to hair styling options.
Actress Jada Pinkett Smith discusses her being the Executive Producer of 'Free Angela Davis.'
Angela Davis joins Marc Lamont Hill to discuss Fox News recreating the Black Panther 'enemy.'
UNC System President Tom Ross Inauguration. Elon University student Natalie Cuzmenco talks about winning the We The People 9*17 contest. And a preview of North Carolina Bookwatch with author Angela Davis-Gardner.
Angela Davis-GardnerAngela Davis-Gardner is the author of two critically acclaimed novels, Felice and Forms of Shelter. Her short stories and personal essays have appeared in numerous literary magazines including Shenandoah and The Greensboro Review. She is professor of creative writing at North Carolina State University.
D. G. Martin interviews Angela Davis-Garden about her new book, Butterfly's Child. Butterfly's Child explores people in transition - from old worlds to new customs.
Mountains That Take Wing: Angela Davis & Yuri Kochiyama - A Conversation on Life, Struggles & Liberation -- Thirteen years. Two inspiring women. One conversation. MOUNTAINS THAT TAKE WING is an award-winning, historically rich and unique documentary featuring conversations between two women who share a profound passion for justice. Internationally renowned scholar, professor and writer Angela Davis and 89-year-old grassroots organizer and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Yuri Kochiyama share intimate conversations about personal histories and influences that shaped them and some of the most important social movements of the 20th century. Illustrated with rare footage from the 1800's to today, the film's unique format honors the scope and depth of their knowledge on topics ranging from Jim Crow laws and Japanese internment camps, to the arts, cross-cultural/cross-racial alliances, Civil Rights, anti-war, international solidarity, women's and gay liberation movements, to today's campaigns for political prisoners and prison reform. These insights, recorded over the span of 13 years, take in the history of a century and offer critical lessons about community activism and tremendous hope for the future of social justice.
A QUAD Productions film by C.A. Griffith and H.L.T. Quan. Distributed by Women Make Movies. WINNER of three international film festival awards, NOMINATED for a 2011 award from the American Library Association and HIGHLY RECOMMENDED by EMRO. (2009, 97 minutes). TO BUY or RENT: www.wmm.com/filmcatalogue/pages/c796.shtml
How much courage do you think it takes to be a Black Panther, a Communist, and an African-American lesbian human rights activist for the last five decades? Go ask Angela.
The activist talks about building communities of freedom.
Leeza Gibbons, Michaela Angela Davis and Coolio discuss First Lady Michelle Obama turning the big 5-0.
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