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The Birth of a New Nation

It’s happened before. In 1915, the first motion picture, ever, was screened at the White House – D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation… 3,626 more words

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Indian independence

Today is the day for unabashed, jingoistic, patriotism, so here goes…

I’ll discuss independence another time. :)

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Part II

I do not understand the need to play Devil’s Advocate for anything so inherently vile as bigotry. Logic only works if we allow it to connect to the emotional part of ourselves. 624 more words

Bigotry

Get Out vs. Birth of a Nation: The Hidden Truth

By: Zach Fulwood

I think all of us can agree that Get Out was an amazing movie. From the playing of Childish Gambino’s Red Bone… 818 more words

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Cinema - Episode 2: The Rise of Hollywood

Hello again!

The Rise of Hollywood: 1910-1920

FADE IN:

INT. NIGHT. AN OLD THEATER.

Your HOST approaches you in old fashioned attire and beckons you to a dusty seat. 1,700 more words

Film History

Delivered in Pain: The Birth of Nations — Operas, Musicals and Movies with Patriotic Themes (Part One)

Ce-le-brate Good Times, Come On!

A happy and belated July 4 to one and all!

Since that date marks the start of our country’s struggle for liberty and independence, the focus of today’s post (and future ones thereafter) will be the theme of patriotism and how it is represented in such varied forms as motion pictures, the Broadway stage and — believe it or not — the opera house. 2,358 more words

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Happy Birthday

Dear United States of America,

Happy Birthday!

How does it feel to be 241 (or any other number of ages, depending on how you determine the birth of of the US… 175 more words

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