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USA

Revisiting Tulsa: Shifting The Lens

A closer look at the legacy of storytelling coming out of Tulsa Oklahoma. From archival film directors to the Black Wall Street Times.

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CUBA

The War on Cuba — Episode 2

The documentary series, The War on Cuba, gives an inside look on the effects of U.S. sanctions on Cuban people. Episode 2 explores the impact of the US-imposed “oil blockade” on Cuba and the ways in which Cubans are finding alternatives to scarcities caused by US sanctions.


Latino

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USA

The End of Engagement

New Cold War aggression on China is bigger than Trump or Biden. A long-term view of the imperialist assumptions behind the era of engagement initiated by Nixon make clear: for Washington, real bilateralism premised on China’s sovereignty and the legitimacy of its socialist system has never been on the table.


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE (PATREON TRAILER) | SHOULD BLACK PEOPLE LEAVE THE USA? | GV Quarantine Edition

Black people suffer extreme injustice and racism in The United States of America. From slavery to police brutality, Black people have been on defense for centuries. On this episode of The Grapevine, the panelists debate whether or not Black people should leave the US.


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USA

Black Twitter: Amplifying Diverse Black Voices

We discuss the creation of The Associated Negro Press and highlight new opportunities in tech for Black journalists.

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CUBA

Liz Oliva Fernandez and Andy Premiere Episode 1 of "The War on Cuba"

This is a premiere of episode 1 of "The War on Cuba", a documentary that gives an inside look on the effects of U.S. sanctions on Cuban people. Belly of The Beast is a Havana-based project made up of Cubans and foreigners. It is unique in countering parachute journalism and providing stories directly from the island for a Western audience.


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USA

A Podcast About Belonging

Maria Garcia was 9 years old and living on the U.S.-Mexico border when Selena was murdered. Twenty five years later, Maria is on a quest to understand what it means to love, mourn and celebrate Selena. In this intimate, sometimes wrenching, cathartic journey, Maria explores what Selena’s legacy shows us about belonging in America -- and Maria’s own place in the world.


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CUBA

The War on Cuba — Episode 1

Belly of The Beast counters parachute journalism by providing stories directly from the island. This documentary series gives an inside look on the effects of U.S. sanctions on Cuban people.


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USA

The Changing Face Of Journalism

A look at the Black men and women changing the face of journalism across different industry beats.

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CUBA

Gerald Horne and Aisha Cort on Black Internationalism, Communism and Cuban History

Belly of The Beast presents the first part of the "Lessons from Cuba" speaker series – re-energizing the political relationship between Cuba and the U.S.


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CUBA

Trailer — The War On Cuba, Episode 1

Part one of our three-episode short documentary series comes out on October 9.


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE | BLACKFISHING | GV Quarantine Edition

The list of white women using makeup and wigs to appear to be of African descent is growing. From Jessica Krug to Rachel Dolezal, "Blackfishing" is a recent trend even in academic spaces. On this episode of The Grapevine, the cast discusses how these women are able to get away with this and the ramifications.


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My Office Became a K-Drama


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HONG KONG

Agents of Chaos: How the U.S. Seeded a Color Revolution in Hong Kong

Laura Ruggeri explores the work of U.S. intelligence agencies to seed a Hong Kong color revolution by exploiting a fundamental contradiction: the political return of Hong Kong to China did not correspond with the ideological and cultural decolonization necessary to curb a hegemonic neocolonial mindset.


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CHINA

The “America First” Pandemic Response: Parasitic Finance as Lenin’s End-Stage of Imperialism

To mark Vladimir Lenin’s 150th birthday, Chinese blogger Zi Qiu offers a Leninist analysis of the U.S. pandemic response, the nature of U.S. financial hegemony, and the parasitism of the U.S. capitalist class’s advances on China. 


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USA

Black Builders: The Digital Landscape in the 90s

At the genesis of getting Americans online, Net Noir and Black Voices emerged as leaders in the Black digital space.

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USA

THE GRAPEVINE | BLACK WOMEN & CHILDBIRTH | GV Quarantine Edition

Black women face incredible odds during pregnancy and childbirth that result in higher infant mortality rates. On this episode of The Grapevine, an all female panel, with Doctors, Nurses, and Doulas, come together to discuss these unique challenges and possible solutions for Black women and their families regarding childbirth.


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CUBA

James Early and Devyn Springer on Cuba, Socialism and Race

Belly of The Beast presents the first part of the "Lessons from Cuba" speaker series – re-energizing the political relationship between Cuba and the U.S. James Early has spent forty five years traveling to Socialist Cuba in solidarity with the Cuban Ministry of Culture, traditional and plastic artists and intellectuals. Devyn Springer is a community organizer, writer, cultural worker, and independent researcher who studies African and African Diaspora history and Art History.


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE TV & RUN THE TAPE POD (PATREON TRAILER) | MISOGYNY IN HIP HOP - Part 2 | GV Quarantine

Misogyny in Hip Hop isn't a new conversation, but following the alleged shooting of Megan Thee Stallion by Tory Lanez, it is clear that things aren't getting any better.


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE | THE BLACK VOTE | GV Quarantine Edition

The Black Vote is up for grabs and is more important than ever. Democratic Presidential Candidate, Joe Biden has selected Kamala Harris as his VP pick. This decision has caused a firestorm of a debate. On this episode, the panelists discuss whether or not this was the right choice and if the duo has what it takes to get Trump out of office.


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Belly of The Beast Reel


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE (PATREON TRAILER) | DATING AS A BLACK MAN | GV Quarantine Edition

These days, dating is a hot topic. On this episode, a panel of Black men discuss their experiences in dating. Are Black men scared of commitment? Are Black men valued when it comes to dating?


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CUBA

Meet Cuban printmaker, Moya

Moya is a printmaker who works doing xylography and linoleumgraphy, following a tradition of dedicated Cuban artists, including Belkis Ayón. He introduces his art and the connections between religious symbolism and Cuban society.


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE | MISOGYNY IN HIP-HOP | GV Quarantine Edition

Misogyny In Hip Hop is not a new conversation, but it has been reignited as a result of a recent radio show featuring 50 Cent and Lil Wayne, where they declared their preference for exotic (non-Black) women, as well as the news of the shooting of rap superstar, Megan Thee Stallion by a Black man. It seems that misogynoir is at an all-time high. Do misogyny and hip hop go hand in hand? Have we accepted this reality?


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE (PATREON TRAILER) | DATING AS A BLACK GAY MAN | GV Quarantine Edition

Dating is difficult enough, but what is it like for Black gay men? On this exclusive Patreon episode, the panelists explore the unique differences in dating amongst men. Do we as a culture, have commitment issues? Are gay men hyper focused on sex instead of building sustainable relationships?


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USA

THE GRAPEVINE | SHOULD WE ABOLISH THE POLICE? | QUARANTINE SERIES

Following the murders of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, the topics of abolishing or defunding the police have been the subject of public debate. What does police abolishment look like? What are the benefits to Black people if the police are abolished?


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CUBA

Cuba en Cuarentena

Cuba has been hailed for containing coronavirus -- its population of 11 million has suffered less than 100 deaths. Life on the island is now returning back to normal. Here’s a look at Havana’s streets during the last four months.


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COLOMBIA

Sin Miedo

ChocQuibTown


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KENYA

Afrikan Sauce

Sauti Sol


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FRANCE

Seizing Power in Toulon

It has been almost twenty years since Mr. Hubert Falco stole the town hall of Toulon from the National Front. He is seeking a fourth term with some controversial techniques.

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OMAN

Sayyidat el-Qamar

Jokha al-Harthi

Set in the village of al-Awafi in Oman, where we encounter three sisters: Mayya, who marries Abdallah after a heartbreak; Asma, who marries from a sense of duty; and Khawla who rejects all offers while waiting for her beloved.

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JAPAN

Journeys in Japan

This travel series provides a look at the many unique places to visit in Japan. English-speaking visitors explore Japan’s cultural and historical sites, meet with locals and offer travel insights for destinations that are off the beaten path.

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SOUTH KOREA

Parasite (기생충)

Greed and class discrimination threaten the newly formed symbiotic relationship between the wealthy Park family and the destitute Kim clan.

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JAPAN

Aibou: Tokyo Detective Duo

Detective Ukyo Sugishita solves difficult cases on the basis of his convictions and with the help of his partners.

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PUERTO RICO

Entren los que Quieren

Calle 13

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NIGERIA

Half of a Yellow Sun

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

With effortless grace, celebrated author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie illuminates a seminal moment in modern African history: Biafra's impassioned struggle to establish an independent republic in southeastern Nigeria during the late 1960s.

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JAPAN

Think you know udon?

A history of Japan’s 3 famous variations. Udon is a type of thick wheat flour noodle used frequently in Japanese cuisine.

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INDIA

Kesari

Based on true events, following a Sikh warrior who participates in the Battle of Saragarhi as he risks his life and leaves his family behind in order to defend his people.

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