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by Nasheed, Tariq [film director,]; Akinroluyo, Ola [film producer.]; Barnes, Robert [film producer.]; Blue, Thaddeus A [film producer.]; Shelton, Emeri [film producer.]; Alexander, Michelle [interviewee (expression)]; Browder, Anthony T. (Anthony Tyrone) [interviewee (expression)]; Coleman, Booker T [interviewee (expression)]; Johnson, Umar [interviewee (expression)]; KRS-One (Musician) [interviewee (expression)]; Rashidi, Runoko [interviewee (expression)]; Valentine, Phil [interviewee (expression)]; Jones, Keith (Cinematographer) [director of photography.]; Kraetsch, Robert [director of photography.]; Brawith, Garrett [editor of moving image work.]; Tiki, William [editor of moving image work.]; King Flex Entertainment [production company,].
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: [Los Angeles] : King Flex Entertainment, [2012-2013]Description: 1 videodisc (approximately 2 hr., 32 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Language note: In English.Title notes: $19.99 9/23/2016 (cw)Other title: Title on title screen, disc label, & container: Hidden colors 2 : the triumph of melanin; Hidden colors II; Hidden colors two; Triumph of melanin.Subject(s): African Americans -- Social conditions | African Americans -- Race identity | African Americans -- History | Racism -- United States -- History | Blacks -- History | Blacks -- Race identity | Melanins | African Americans | African Americans -- Race identity | African Americans -- Social conditions | Blacks | Blacks -- Race identity | Civilization | Melanins | Racism | DVD-Video discs | Africa -- Civilization | Africa | United States | Documentary films | Nonfiction films | Historical films | Feature films | Feature films -- United States | Documentary films | Feature films | Historical films | History | Nonfiction films
Contents:
What is melanin? -- Cultural warfare -- The global African presence -- The African presence in Asia -- The African presence in the early Americas -- Spiritual warfare -- Medical warfare -- Prison industrial warfare -- Economic warfare -- Solutions.
Interviewees: Michelle Alexander, Anthony Browder, Booker T. Coleman (Kaba Kamene), Umar Johnson, Tariq Nasheed, KRS-One, Runoko Rashidi, Phil Valentine, James Small.Summary: Continues the history of people of African descent, including topics such as the global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, how thriving black economic communities were undermined in America, hidden truths about Native Americans, and more.
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Adult Collection Media Center DVD DVD 305.896 HID (Browse shelf) Available 39270003922402

Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

The film is the follow up to the critically acclaimed 2011 documentary about the untold history of people of African and aboriginal descent. This installment of the film goes into topics such as: The global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, how thriving black economic communities were undermined in America, The hidden truth about Native Americans, and much more.

Originally released in 2012.

Extras: Photo gallery.

What is melanin? -- Cultural warfare -- The global African presence -- The African presence in Asia -- The African presence in the early Americas -- Spiritual warfare -- Medical warfare -- Prison industrial warfare -- Economic warfare -- Solutions.

Cinematography, Keith Jones, Robert Kraetsch ; editors, Garret Brawith, William Tiki.

Interviewees: Michelle Alexander, Anthony Browder, Booker T. Coleman (Kaba Kamene), Umar Johnson, Tariq Nasheed, KRS-One, Runoko Rashidi, Phil Valentine, James Small.

Continues the history of people of African descent, including topics such as the global African presence, the science of melanin, the truth about the prison industrial complex, how thriving black economic communities were undermined in America, hidden truths about Native Americans, and more.

Rating: Not rated.

DVD format; NTSC; widescreen; monaural; Region 1.

In English.

$19.99 9/23/2016 (cw)

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