Mar 01

Necessary Blackness Ep. 10: Spiritual Weaponry For Challenging Times

 

Necessary Blackness Podcast sits down with Dr. Keira Taylor to discuss “Spiritual Weaponry For Challenging Times”. Spirituality is a term we often hear, but sometimes we have a hard time grasping the concept. Learn about the ancient African Spiritual Systems and why was it so important to our ancestors.

 

 

Mar 01

Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust 1st Look Trailer

 

Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust is the latest installment in the award winning documentary series. We seek to explore how the “Murder In The Streets, Same As Intellectual Murder In The Classroom”. The documentary features notables such as Prof. James Small, Kaba Keme, David Banner, Shahrazad Ali, Michael Imhotep and many more.

 

 

 

The Elementary Genocide documentary series did exceptionally well and made it to Amazon’s top 10 list of documentaries for 4 consecutive weeks in the U.S. & U.K. We anticipate the last installment will exceed our expectations.

We have over 50 hours of footage. We almost done with a 65-minute rough draft. We still need to film a few selective scenes that will add emotional intensity. We also need to pay for archival footage, audio enhancement and color correction.

Post production, any filmmaker will tell you, is even more expensive than actual production. The funds we raise from this campaign will go directly to the basic enhancements we need so that we can screen in front of an audience & get the film out there for distribution.

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Mar 01

PSA: Tonight At 6 PM 1st Look Trailer For EG 3

Today, we are releasing the 1st look trailer for “Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust“.

 

Feb 15

Necessary Blackness Podcast 9: Before And After Trump In Black America

 

This week,  Necessary Blackness Podcast sit down Dr. Torrance T. Stephens to talk about “Before And After Trump In Black America”

Jan 25

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 8: The Author’s Corner

This week,  Necessary Blackness Podcast sit down with 4 distinguish female authors (Nia Sade’ Walker, Naomi H. Bradley M.Ed, Akua Agusi and Candace D. Henry). We seek to highlight authors who are committed to inspiring and empowering the next generation of leaders.

Jan 18

Necessary Blackness: Surviving The Inauguration of Satan w/ Kalonji Changa

This week, Rahiem Shabazz  and Erica Walker sit down with FTP Founder and Community Activist Kalonji Jama Changa to discuss the inauguration of Donald Trump and what it means to America and Black folks in particular.

Tune In Each and Every Wednesday at 6 PM

Jan 11

Necessary Blackness Ep. 6 Entrepreneurship & Self-Sufficiency w/ Jalani Kadesh

Necessary Blackness sits down with with Jalani Kadesh to discuss “Entrepreneurship and Self-Sufficiency and why most people stay poor and how yesterday’s middle class is joining the ranks of the poor. We also talked about the African Spiritual Systems.

Jalani Kadesh is a visionary, strategic thinker and motivation speaker. Mr. Kadesh is also a respected and noted author, consultant, entrepreneur, organization builder and scholar.

 

 

 

 

Dec 28

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali

This week, Rahiem Shabazz sits down with author, speaking, activist ZaZa Ali for a candid conversation to discuss, Christmas, Spiritual War, Police Brutality and much more…

Tune In Each and Every Wednesday at 6 PM

*** This week we are broadcasting earlier because of traveling schedule***

Dec 21

Necessary Blackness Ep. 4

In Ep.4 of Necessary Blackness, we sit down with K.B. The Voice to discuss everything from Donald Trump meeting with Kayne West and Jim Brown, the situation in Standing Rock and why putting our faith in the laws enacted from our enemy is detrimental to our liberation.

Dec 15

Necessary Blackness Ep.3 Gender Wars: The Wrath of The Angry Black Feminist

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Necessary Blackness got an opportunity to sit with Dr. Khalilah Ali (Elementary Genocide 2) to discuss the notion of the angry ‘Black Feminist” and should activist/NFL Hall of Fame Football Player Jim Brown get a pass for meeting with President Elect Donald Trump.

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