Searing Expose\’ Indicts Child Support System as Racist and Rigged against Black Men

Today, there\’s a cultural consensus that the criminal justice system aggressively targets and imprisons African-Americans. Might the family courts be just as racist and rigged against black men? That is the question explored in thought-provoking fashion by Where\’s Daddy, a sobering indictment of the child support system directed by Rel Dowdell (Changing the Game).

Urban Comedy Explores Korean Domination of Black Haircare Industry

In recent years, a couple of groundbreaking documentaries addressed some serious issues pertaining to African-American hair. The first, Aron Ranen’s Black Hair, chronicled the Korean takeover of the black haircare industry. The second, Chris Rock’s Good Hair, was an eye-opening expose about the dangers and costs associated with sisters’ straightening hair and purchasing wigs in capitulation to a European definition of beauty.

Oscar-Nominated Civil Rights Docudrama Released on DVD

All of the astronauts picked by NASA to participate in its maiden manned space programs, Mercury and Gemini, were white males. However, behind the scenes, there was a dedicated team of African-American, female mathematicians who played a pivotal role in ensuring that they launched and returned safely, whether from orbiting the Earth or a mission to the moon.

Concerned Father Creates Children’s Book Series To Help Make Learning About Valuable Black History Information Fun Again

EOTO Books & Publishing announced today the immediate release of “The Christopher OluFela Series of Books for Kids”

Gay Ghetto Kid Struggles with His Sexual Awakening in Homoerotic Coming of Age Flick

Moonlight Film Review by Kam Williams