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Malcolm X (1992)

Denzel Washington is extremely convincing in this sweeping biopic of the black activist and political icon Malcolm X by Spike Lee.

The man led a remarkable and fascinating life, born into a world of prejudice and violence and later seduced by a life of crime when he goes to the big city and encounters Delroy Lindo, a black man who commands power and more importantly, respect. 163 more words


Write Your Story @ the Union City Library

Join our senior library member Bruce Haase and write your memoir. Bruce is a life long reader, he now writes memoire-based, creative non-fiction. These are informal meetings to support each other and organize your thoughts for writing.

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Are We Finally Ready to Do the Right Thing?

Music, Movies & Moods is a regular free-form column in which Matt Melis explores the cracks between where art and daily life meet. 

I knew going into the theater last night that things would be different. 1,494 more words

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366 Movies/366 Days Challenge - #83 25th Hour

“Make me ugly.”

– Monty Brogan

This year, I’m taking up the Doug Loves Movies 366 Movies/366 Days Challenge in which I attempt to watch 183 movies I’ve never seen (because I’m a wimp) by December 31, 2016.

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a c t i v i s m ~ re: where on the racism spectrum, do you sit?

Want to check whether your attitudes are bit dodge on the racism spectrum?


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Number 10, I like to call ‘diversionary tactics’ … and they look a bit like this: 159 more words


Do The Right Thing

Twenty-seven years ago,  Spike Lee’s ‘Do The Right Thing’ was released in theaters across America.  The  film, set in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York, has become an American classic and is preserved in the U.S. 868 more words