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THE PRIMARY REASON FOR THE MASS MARKETING OF THE N-WORD ON AN INTERNATIONAL SCALE: "JUST IMAGINE 100 MALCOLM Xs OR 100 MARTINs - NOT EVEN 100 - 10 MALCOLM Xs, 10 MARTINs NOBODY WANTS THAT!   IT'S TOO POWERFUL – TO HAVE AN EDUCATED BLACK MAN WHO KNOWS HIS HISTORY, NOT JUST FROM THE SHORES HERE IN THE AMERICAS, BUT ANCIENT AFRICAN HISTORY.   PEOPLE DON'T WANT THAT, SO THEY DUMB DOWN THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM – IT'S FILLED WITH MISEDUCATION, MISINFORMATION, AND THE KIDS DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE DOING, THEY DON'T KNOW WHO THEY ARE."   [BN-W, January 2007]

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BN-W eNewsletter Update

Posted in: eNews 2010
We are taking a temporary break from the BN-W eNewsletters.  But please see the BN-W Snapshots for both film and the new theatre monitors during this break!  You can also visit the BN-W Resource Directory and read the eNewsletters from over the years.  They all have a wealth of information that remains relevant.  Educating to empower!

BN-W eNewsletter #101

Posted in: eNews 2010

BN-W SIXTH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Film(s) Monitored:  Just Wright; Iron Man 2; The Losers; Death at a Funeral; Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too?; Repo Men; Our Family Wedding; Brooklyn's Finest; Cop Out; Valentine's Day; The Book of Eli

TOPICS:    $1000.00 Theatre Scholarship Club (TSC) scholarships for graduating H.S. students in foster care, group home or independent living; Off Broadway's Black Angels Over Tuskegee; Fences on Broadway with Denzel Washington and Viola Davis; H. Lewis Smith on Aaron McGruder and The Boondocks; CNN, Kyra Phillips, Fantastic Voyage, and the N-word; Frederick Alexander Meade on Avatar; Global BDS Movement ( Palestinian Unified Call for boycott, divestment, sanctions against Israel);  BN-W Suggested Reading - Blacks in Science: Ancient and Modern (Ivan Van Sertima) and All God's Children (Fox Butterfield); and more...


BN-W eNewsletter #100

Posted in: eNews 2009

Film(s) Monitored:  The Princess and the Frog; Invictus; Armored; The Blind Side

TOPICS:    Kwanzaa; BN-W Suggested Reading - Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890s to the Present (Deborah Willis) and Celia, A Slave (Melton A. McLaurin); Puzzles For Us; BBC Four Documentary - Racism: A History; Princess Amira (the pre-Tiana princess); and more...


BN-W eNewsletter #99

Posted in: eNews 2009

Film(s) Monitored:  Precious; 2012; Skin; This Is It; Law Abiding Citizen; Black Dynamite; Good Hair; Fame

TOPICS:    DIVAS (Digital Interactive Visual Arts Sciences) for Social Justice; Theatre - Broke-ology and Fela!; Nigerian author Chimamanda Adichie speaks on the stereotyping of African culture; Black hair industry, Koreans, and Aron Ranen's "Black Hair Documentary"; Target Market News and Black spending power; 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riot (Black Wall Street); Regina Kimbell and "My Nappy Roots"; and more...


BN-W eNewsletter #98

Posted in: eNews 2009

Film(s) Monitored:  Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself; The Taking of Pelham 123; Imagine That

TOPICS:  Fela! on Broadway; Jonathan McCoy (youth speech against the N-word); BN-W's Imagery & Its Power!; Cuba's Latin American School of Medicine (LASM) scholarship opportunity; Anthony T. Browder and the IKG Cultural Center presents the campaign for the John Henrik Clarke Commemorative Stamp, Van Sertima Cultural Circles, Asa Hilliard and the ASA Restoration Project, Elena Pischikova and the Kushite tombs, and Will Smith and The Last Pharaoh connection; Ivan Van Sertima; John Hope Franklin;  and more...


BN-W eNewsletter #97

Posted in: eNews 2009

BN-W FIFTH YEAR ANNIVERSARY

Film(s) Monitored:  Dance Flick; Next Day Air; Fighting; Obsessed; The Soloist; American Violet; Fast and Furious; Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail

TOPICS:  BN-W/Educate-Empower; Imagery & Its Power presentations; new chart format with one-word overviews and DVD spending; and more...


 

 

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