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Basic Black LIVE: The Cultural Significance of Black Film

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(Originally broadcast April 1, 2010)  This week on Basic Black, our panelists consider the question, "What is "black film"?  And later in the show, a look at the importance of Boston's neighborhood libraries.

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Basic Black Live: Profiling for Terrorists & Cultural Portrayals

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(Originally broadcast January 7, 2010)  Basic Black kicks off 2010 with a look at the thwarted terror attempt on Christmas Day and the implications for racial and religious profiling.  We'll also discuss the continuing struggle for accurate cultural portrayals by looking at reecnt movies, Tiger Woods, and Tyler Perry.
 

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Basic Black ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Tyler Perry & Cultural Portrayals on Film

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

After the broadcast on January 7, 2010, our panelists continued the conversation delving into a discussion on the portrayal of African Americans in popular culture.

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Basic Black Live: Profiling for Terrorists & Cultural Portrayals

Arts & Culture | Black Boston | Politics

(Originally broadcast January 7, 2010)  Basic Black kicks off 2010 with a look at the thwarted terror attempt on Christmas Day and the implications for racial and religious profiling.  We'll also discuss the continuing struggle for accurate cultural portrayals by looking at reecnt movies, Tiger Woods, and Tyler Perry.
 

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A Conversation with Lee Daniels, Director of "Precious"

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A Conversation with Issa Rae: The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl

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Contributor Talia Whyte comments on the web series, The Mis-Adventures of Awkward Black Girl:  "The sudden success of “Awkward Black Girl” says a lot about not only the potential of viral video and good old-fashioned word of mouth, but also a growing desire among people of color to see better portrayals of their communities in the media"  She caught a few minutes with the series creator, Issa Rae. more

A performance from the original play "For Colored Girls ..."

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An excerpt from For Colored Girls Who've Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Was Enough which was performed at WGBH in December 1977.  The choreopoem was wriiten by award-winning poet and playwright Ntozake Shange.  The performer is Barbara Alston.
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