Category Archive: Screening

Apr 19

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 16: Amaduez Christ Talks “Out of Darkness”

Necessary Blackness Podcast had the honor of sitting down with  Filmmaker Amadeuz Christ to discuss his movie “Out of Darkness”. The film examines the untold history of African people, the African cultural contribution to the nation of the worlds, and the events that have contributed to the conditions of African people of today.

Mar 20

Letter To Our Contributors & Supporters

As you know we are in the final phase of post-production and are in need of securing funds to reach our goal. We would like to thank all who donated and those with future plans on donating. Without, the generosity of so many this would not be possible. Since we solely rely on donations from …

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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.     …

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Oct 27

Debut Screening of #ElementaryGenocide In Oregon

The Elementary Genocide documentary screening will make its debut in Oregon. Rahiem Shabazz will be in the Ashland area of Oregon from Oct.31 to Nov. 4th. All Events Are Free & Open To The Public! WEDNESDAY, Nov. 2 @ 6 PM ROGUE RIVER ROOM, STEVENSON UNION    

Aug 29

Seize The Time: Freedom Now! Lecture & Movie Screening

Education in America is designed to imprint children with white middle-class values. And those who do not conform are labeled inattentive and disruptive behavior. Come out to see the award winning documentary Elementary Genocide: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration SEIZE THE TIME: Freedom Now Saturday, September 3rd, 2016 Rahiem Shabazz | …

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Jun 26

Rahiem Shabazz Receives 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of The Year

I want to thank Black Mogul Magazine for the 2016 Black Humanitarian Award of the Year for Heroic Media Activism. It was definitely an honor accepting the award and being recognized at the 1st Annual Black Humanitarian Awards.  

May 12

“Out of Darkness” Makes Its Debut Screening In Atlanta

Rasha Entertainment is teaming up with Director Amadeuz Christ for Atlanta’s Debut screening of the new documentary called, “Out of Darkness”. The documentary is a powerful visual that examines the untold history of African people, the African cultural contribution to the nations of the world, and the events that have contributed to the condition of …

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May 10

Filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz’s Call to Action: Black People Must Educate Their Children

  Once we become conscious of what is innate, greatness can be achieved.  If we are blessed enough to be introspective, we know that we have to create our own opportunities. We learn not to be a burden on our people and become prepared to utilize resources to push social change to eradicate the thought …

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Apr 18

Elementary Genocide 2 Debuts In Harlem, N.Y.

  Join ImageNation Cinema Foundation for a screening of Rahiem Shabazz’s Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs. The Board of Incarceration, followed by an informative panel discussion with Black educators. Moderated by ImageNation founder Moikgantsi Kgama, panelists Include: Rahiem Shabazz, director of Elementary Genocide 2; Tracey D. Syphax; Author, Entrepreneur, Kamau Ptah, educator …

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Apr 18

National Re-Entry Month In Atlanta (JUNE 2016)

  Dear Community Servants, Supporters & Activists, The month of June is recognized nationally as Re-Entry Month. Re-Entry organizations from across the country have banded together to change the narrative on Re-Entry. Each respective state will simultaneous kick-off their events on Saturday, June 4th  2016. During the month of June, we acknowledge all returning citizens, …

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