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Attorney Antonio Moore critiques the movie “Get Out”. He also digs deep into the critique laid about by Samuel L. Jackson that roles playing historical, and modern African Americas are being systematically given to new immigrant blacks. Donate at Tonetalks.org
Producer Rachel Weintraub and Host Tracey Moore discuss their new TV show "Inside the Black Box" that features candid interviews with African American entertainers discussing their lives and careers. Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/
Inspiring Motivational speech by Denzel Washington to some aspiring actors and kids. This gave me goosebumps .. DAMN! Want help working on your goals? More here: http://www.revolutionhive.com/mastermind ------------------- SOCIAL MEDIA & CONTACT ------------------------ Twitter: @revolutionhive Site: http://www.revolutionhive.com Enquiries & bookings: email@example.com CREDITS -------------- Intro created by Birju Tailor from Sheep & Horses Music by WTSN & Kaye Beats: https://www.soundcloud.com/watsonbeats https://www.facebook.com/pages/WTSN/748010931958815 https://soundcloud.com/kayebeats Creative Commons Licence used: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
In honor of Black History Month, African American actors from Made in NY productions discuss their experience in "Made in NY Talks: African American Actors." This event is presented by the Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment, Screen Actors Guild Foundation and The New School for Drama. As a part of "Made in NY" Talks, a free series of conversations focused on jobs in the local entertainment industry, SAG Foundation, the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment and The New School for Drama present "Made in NY: African American Actors." The talk will bring a talented group of actors across film, television and theatre productions here in New York City, to discuss their experience acting, their careers and why New York continues to attract such great talent and productions. Panel in...
Here is a link: http://letusmakemoneyonline.us make sure to check out this website. Genetic ancestry of African-American celebrities include: Indie Arie, Taraji P. Hensen, Anthony Anderson, Charles Barkley, Snoop Dogg, President Barack Obama, Chris Tucker, Don Cheadle, Forest Whitaker, Chris Rock, CNN reporter, Oprah Winfrey, Pastor T.D Jakes, R.A Kittles, Dr. Mae Jemison, Dr. Mark Shriver, Nate Parker, Jacque Reid, Judge Hatchet, Regina King, Sinbad (David Adkins), Honorable Herb J. Wesson, Bernard Parks, Diana Shannon-Young, Charles Burnett, plus more and more. Including a small little video on Northern European ancestries being observed. Sometimes we think we have ancestry that ties us to somewhere when they don't. Gene flow between continental populations can be explained through re...
Variety magazine interviewed 7 of the 13 living African American actors who have won an Academy Award. Their thoughts on inequality, race and the Academy may surprise you. Lets hear what 3 of them had to say Lupita Nyong'o may be 'filled with gratitude' for winning Best Supporting Actress in '12 Years A Slave'. But she doesnt think there are many roles written for her. She says that at the end of the day, the fact is there are more stories being told with Caucasian protagonists. 'Thats a fact not a feeling', she voices out. For Mo'nique, it's Hollywood as a whole that needs to make a change. 'To ask me about a trophy is really irrelevant. It's just a trophy,' she argued. 'But why is there such a pay gap? If there's a black film coming out and it's an all-black cast, why is it that it's...
"Get out of here" In American accent :)
Actress and wife of actor Will Smith Jada Pinkett Smith stood up for African American actors to be noticed for the roles that they're playing and movies and by the academy. Then she turns around and plays characters in film that are demeaning.