The “Ghost of Mingo Jack” is the true story of Samuel “Mingo Jack” Johnson, an African American man, who was wrongly accused of a crime. Johnson was murdered and lynched in Eatowntown, New Jersey in 1886 by a group of drunk and irate townspeople.Read More
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Colour Me is a documentary film that will change the way you think about race. We follow youth leader Anthony McLean into the ethnically explosive city of Brampton, Ontario — where he is forced to critically examine his own identity while mentoring six youth grappling with theirs.Read More
Being a dark-skin African-American woman, this documentary hits straight home. I have my fair share of stories from name-calling to feeling less than a woman because of my darker skin. It was worse in my childhood years, but as aRead More
PBS takes a look into the lives of the LGBT community covering stories on politics and public policy, personal and community health, religion, health, and more. The series is a three-time Emmy Award nominee, a Lambda Legal Liberty Award honoree,Read More
Full 1-hour documentary on the N-WordRead More