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44 Views · 10 months ago
Dinosaurs have to be extinct, because if you were being enslaved by Dinosaurs, you'd be in some kind of nightmarish dystopian dictatorship where I'm censored to a single obscure video platform.
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58 Views · 1 year ago
We’re experiencing a horrible wave of violence against Asian Americans. A lot of blame has been placed at the feet of former President Trump, for good reason. But harmful, vilifying stereotypes of Asian people, go way back, and they’re so pervasive…that they’ve become movie tropes.
Nancy Wang Yuen, Associate Professor of Sociology at Biola University, spoke to us about the long history of how Asian women are represented in Western media.
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49 Views · 1 year ago
Get to know the woman behind the name.TINA is a revealing and intimate look at the life and career of musical icon Tina Turner, charting her improbable rise to early fame, her personal and professional struggles throughout her life and her even more improbable resurgence as a global phenomenon in the 1980s.
In addition to a stunning amount of archival footage spanning 60 years, the documentary includes interviews with Angela Bassett; Oprah Winfrey; journalist Kurt Loder who co-authored “I, Tina,” which inspired the feature film; playwright Katori Hall, who scribed “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical”; and husband and former record executive Erwin Bach, among many others.#HBO #HBODocs #TinaTurner
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69 Views · 1 year ago
This 2017 documentary explores what poverty means to children in America through the stories of three families.
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Travel to the Quad Cities, a great American crossroads along the border of Iowa and Illinois, to explore the lives of children living in the suburbs of the nation’s heartland and growing up poor. Told from the point of view of the children themselves, this one-hour documentary offers perspective on the impact of unemployment, foreclosure and financial distress as seen through the eyes of the children affected.
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71 Views · 1 year ago
Abandoned Detroit: The City of Neglect (Documentary) The name itself may sound familiar to many people when they think of Detroit, Michigan. Detroit has always been heavily scrutinized and criticized in the media for all the problems the city has gone through over the years; from a booming 1920’s industrial icon, to a city that lost over one million people by the 1970’s, to when the city was financially bankrupt in the late 2000’s. When people think of urban decay and abandoned buildings, Detroit is usually right at the top of that list. Abandoned Detroit: The City of Neglect is a documentary that is rare, unique, and never been done before. Sure, there have been many documentaries and movies about the City of Detroit, but none are more comprehensive and extensive as this project. This documentary follows the life of an urban explorer, named Detroit Unseen, who travels the country to explore, photograph, and document abandoned buildings. Detroit Unseen was the perfect candidate for this documentary because he has been urban exploring for 13 years and although he has travelled all over the country, he has been documenting the City of Detroit over that same time period. Many of the once iconic structures and buildings that he was able to photograph, have since been demolished, ruined, renovated, or restored. After watching this documentary, one thing becomes clear. Detroit was a city that was on the verge of extinction and is now making its way into the history books as a city that made a miraculous comeback. This is not just another project focused on the negative aspects of Detroit. Although many people feel that the abandoned buildings and urban decay are negative things, we look at them as beautiful, unique pieces of history, art, and architectural craftsmanship. We will be showcasing the history of Detroit and how the city ended up with all the abandonment, as well as how we can save the buildings from being demolished or ruined, by repurpose, restoration, and renovation. We feel that we need to preserve our history and many of the majestic pre-depression era buildings are disappearing at an alarming rate. This documentary truly represents 13 years of entering and photographing these historic structures. Despite sometimes being saddened by a lost building or a loss of history and culture, documenting the changes is vital. Abandoned Detroit: The City of Neglect helps document these changes. We hope that in the coming years as city planners, investors, stakeholders, and speculators make way for progress, Detroit can hold on to its rich culture and iconic history.
Detroit is as iconic as America itself and its story is not just shining images of what is to come. With Detroit you take the good with the bad, recognize the good as it comes and preserve the good that has come before. Many that enter the City of Detroit can sense the urgency of change and the spirit of reinvention. We certainly understand this, and the photos represent what we have seen along the way. The Flag of Detroit contains the two Latin slogans “Speramus Meliora” and “Resurget Cineribus” meaning “We hope for better things” and “It will rise from the ashes.” The prophetic phrases originally created in reference to the great fire of 1805, ring true more now than ever. We take these slogans to heart everyday as we go out and explore our great city.
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0:00 - Intro
2:56 - Grande Ballroom
7:50 - Survival Crackas
10:32 - The Mecca
11:58 - Old vs New Detroit
13:30 - Abandoned Schools
18:19 - Grant Elementary School
20:58 - Cass Tech High School
27:35 - Book Tower
29:01 - Broderick Tower
30:15 - United Artists Building
31:40 - Michigan central station
36:03 - Mark Twain Library
38:02 - Highland Park PoliceStation
41:54 - Boxing Rings
44:30 - Farwell Building
45:43 - Cantrell Funeral Home
47:34 - Howell Funeral Home
49:35 - Stadiums & Arenas
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79 Views · 1 year ago
Darwin is a documentary feature about an isolated community at the end of a weathered road in Death Valley, California. Propelled from society by tragic turns, the people of Darwin (population 35) must now find ways to coexist in a place without a government, a church, jobs, or children. The film tells the story of a uniquely American place and yet a place that is unique even within America.
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65 Views · 1 year ago
Netflix’s Original Docu-series Who Killed Malcolm X? releases worldwide on 7 February.
Decades after the assassination of African American leader Malcolm X, an activist embarks on a complex mission seeking truth in the name of justice.