Stefan Forbes’ investigative documentary Hold Your Fire recounts the events of the two-day hostage siege and asks questions about racial bias, hostage negotiations, and restorative justice.
Jeffery Robinson has argued many cases on the road to becoming deputy legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union. He presents arguably his most significant case in the excellent Who We
In Haiti, the term zo reken (meaning “Shark Bone”) refers both to a local cane alcohol and the popular 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser that can be seen weaving through the congested streets.
The recent shooting in Atlanta, Georgia that claimed the lives of eight people at a spa has brought renewed attention to anti-Asian racism. These acts, which range from micro-aggressions to violent hate
Part two of the Tiger Woods documentary Tiger gets a plum interview from his mistress Rachel Uchitel that will leave audiences wondering why only the golfer got a second chance.
Tiger, HBO’s two-part documentary about the “Michael Jordan of golf,” offers a compelling study of an athlete who inspired masses of fans and quickly repelled them. Tiger knows the answer to the
A documentary available on YouTube entitled The Mangrove Nine, directed by notable radical Franco Rosso and scripted by the first major Black publisher John LaRose, makes fascinating viewing after seeing McQueen’s film.
A Crime on the Bayou (USA, 89 min.) Dir. Nancy Buirski “I have an ambivalent relationship to the term ‘allies’,” says activist Angela Davis in an archival excerpt in A Crime on the