These documentaries though, illustrate brilliantly the enormous yet concealed contributions that Black people have made to World History and the things we as Blacks can do today to begin to turn things around. The same thing is going on in government today, and the new world order wants to oppress and control all of us. This installment of Hidden Colors tackles the taboo subject of systematic racism. I appreciate and congratulate all of the contributors to this project for opening the eyes of everyone willing to view the truth. . Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson sadly taken from us , Denzel Washington in the movies, and the list goes on and on.
You will also get 5 free top selling Pay Per View Specials from Tariq Nasheed's website plus a pair of the signature Tariq Elite sunglasses from www. And world history is all of our history. What I liked most was that it wasn't your typical boring documentary. The third film in the series, Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism, was released on June 26, 2014. Also,a lot of the money will be used for media promotions for the theatrical release of the film. I have never felt such pride in being Black until after I watched these history lessons.
There are also hardware and software that we need in order to create everything at high resolution so that the finished film will be able to screen theatrically. The film explores how institutional racism effects all areas of human activity,and the rules,laws,and public policies that are utilized to maintain this system. The documentary further explores issues surrounding people of African and aboriginal descent such as the global African presence and the treatment of Black economic communities in America. We are generally taught that historically,most people of color around the world were primitive and uncivilized,and they only became modernized after they were saved and colonized by European explorers. Truly appreciated the level of service from the vendor in which I purchased all 3 documentaries in a box set at a great price.
There are also hardware and software that we need in order to create everything at high resolution so that the finished film will be able to screen theatrically. We're grateful for any contribution and will gladly put you on our update list and keep you posted on our developments. Watching these films will make everything so much clearer for you and bring you to the realization of things you see now in your local news and neighborhoods. Small contributions add up and can make all the difference. So lets continue to make history Don't forget to help spread the word and share this project on facebook with all your friends. The first three installments of the Hidden Colors documentary series are shown and taught in schools and universities all around the world.
My friend is Caucasian and does not even know what race he is, nor does he care!!! Hidden Colors features several interviews with commentators on subjects such as the and the reasons behind the end of slavery. The film focuses on the topic of race, racism, and history within the United States. You'll also be the first to know about screenings, events and news about the film. Join the film's community and learn about books and articles related to Hidden Colors. I have many black friends, but I do not agree that being black means you are not a good person or that being black means you get shafted.
Sadness, anger, disbelief, happiness, etc. Don't forget to help spread the word and share this project on facebook with all your friends. This documentary will also touch on many of the reasons why much of this information has been hidden from the public for so long. The money raised through Kickstarter will be used for travel expenses for the film crew to film interviews in multiple cities. The information in the film will uncover the real truth and and contributions of these people. Other film topics include the investigation of.
And we want to maintain the cultural momentum that this film series has made. The film discusses the role of African and aboriginal people in history and argues some achievements have not been properly recorded or credited to them. The second in the series, Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph of Melanin, was released the following year on December 6, 2012. Society has taught us that our history and pride as Black people started once we fought for our freedom from slavery. The rinsing is now prevalent. Slavery was not even about that.
We as colored people are so gifted and this country will soon be forced to change. You cannot use your race to blame all people's actions every time something wrong happens or you get the bird on the road, for example. Each film explores how institutional racism effects all areas of human activity, rules, laws, and public policies that are utilized to maintain this system. New York Times best selling author and film producer Tariq Nasheed Hidden Colors 1, The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal, Moor, and African Descent. Money will also be used to create elaborate historical re-enactment scenes for the film.
The money raised through Kickstarter will be used for travel expenses for the film crew to conduct interviews in multiple cities. Thank you Tariq Nasheed and all of the contributors for your efforts in creating an outstanding presentation. This has already been proved. Join the film's community and learn about books and articles related to Hidden Colors 4. People are way too selfish, egotistical and prideful, and that's what gets them in trouble. I do not care what people think of me, and I do not let myself be controlled by history or the past. The fourth film in the series, Hidden Colors 4: The Religion of White Supremacy was successfully funded on Kickstarter in March 2015.
Most of your sports people are black and some of the richest people in the world! Hidden Colors 3: The Rules Of Racism is the third installment of the critically acclaimed documentary series Hidden Colors 1 and 2. All four films were funded by separate campaigns. And go to for updates. We're grateful for any contribution and will gladly put you on our update list and keep you posted on our developments. It was educational at best, to a degree, but kept beating black this and black that over your head until you just shut it off! An absolute must see for all people, especially for Black people! This film will be of interest to everyone,regardless of race or ethnic background,because the rich history of the people discussed is world history. My family and I were able to engage in some serious dialogue per every topic.