Documentary – Page 4 – ROUTES by Ronald Bunn

Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners Pt 1 & Pt 2 – The documentary has disappeared from The BBC

If you haven’t seen this recent outstanding BBC documentary, I would highly recommend that you view it. The subject matter, on many levels, is disturbing, but it clearly exposes, to doubters, how violent and dehumanizing slavery was for our African … Read More

Felix Hernandez Rhythm Revue / Screening: Salsa: Latin Pop Music in the Cities

August 9, 2015, 7pm – 9pm East River Park Manhattan In 1983, Felix Hernandez began a two-year project traveling the U.S. collecting hundreds of hours of interviews with R&B artists. The material was used for a 13-part radio documentary called Harlem Hit … Read More

“Soul Power” (The Greatest Music Festival, 1974) and “Ronn’s “African-American” Discussion

This film dates back to 1974 (41 years ago) and in my estimation the well-being of the African-American has changed little. He/she is still fighting for survival in a very hostile and indifferent culture. What’s most impressive about this film is seeing … Read More

African-American Tennis History Timeline | ATA American Tennis Association

Wimbeldon, which began on Monday, is kind of the 3-4 month gluttony period of ATP and WTA Grand Slam tournaments—from the French Open to the U.S. Open in Queens, New York . I will, no doubt, be glued to my television screen rooting for, … Read More

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