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Cast and Crew of Color.org
Posted by Digital Dragon | April 25, 2010 04:15 AM
DV Republic citizens of color who work in Film, TV, and/or the Internet are encouraged to register with the recently launched online professional network. Click on the link below to register and put an end to the Big Lie that "we can't find people of color for opportunities in this industry". http://www.CastandCrewofColor.org

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Posted by MediaThreat | July 31, 2011 08:41 PM

Hollywood Critics “Stand Their Ground” Against Two New Black Indie Films
Posted by BadMofo | April 25, 2012 08:25 PM
When two independent Black films, “We the Party” and “Woman Thou Art Loosed On The 7th Day,” opened on consecutive weekends, thus entering the “gated community” of movie theaters, they encountered a hostility and suspicion by film critics analogous to the experience of Trayvon Martin, as Hollywood film critics “stood their ground.

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Battle of Algiers
Director Gillo Pontecorvo's 1966 movie The Battle of Algiers concerns the violent struggle in the late 1950s for Algerian independence from France, where the film was banned on its release for fear of creating civil disturbances.
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Neema Barnette is the first African-American woman in the history of television to direct a sitcom. She has directed over 40 hours of prime time television.
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