Documentary Shorts

Black Supremacy vol.1

The Ancient Remetch (Egyptians) Were Black

Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and el-Hajj Malik el-Shabazz team up to discuss the fact that Ancient Kemet (Egypt) was a Black African federation.

Black Supremacy vol. 2

African Origin of Civilization

Dr. Ben, Chancellor Williams, Dr. Cheikh Anta Diop (through a female translator), and Dr. Jin Li discuss the African origin of civilization.

Black Supremacy vol. 3

Black is the Color of god

A look at the black gods of the ancient world.

Black Supremacy vol. 4

The Mother of Mankind

Dr. Ivan Van Sertima and Dr. John Henrik Clarke discuss the BRILLIANCE of the Black woman.

White Savagery vol. 1

The Foundation of Inhumanity

Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Harry Truman, and Richard Nixon express their racist views

Pillars of Resistance Chapter 1

Expulsion of the Hyksos

Pillars of Resistance is a documentary series that focuses on successful crusades and uprisings of invaded, oppressed, and enslaved Blacks. Chapter 1: Expulsion of the Hyksos, details the exploits of Seqenenre Tao and his two sons Kamose and Ahmose I who expelled the Hyksos invaders from Kemet after nearly 200 years of oppression. 

Pillar of Resistance Chapter 2

Freedom Crusade of the Zanj

The story of enslaved Africans rising up against their Arab enslavers and ruling in what is now known as Iraq for nearly 15 years.

Heroes of Color - Episode 1

The Harlem Hellfighters / 369th Infantry

An instructional video series (done in whiteboard animation style) that highlights the outstanding achievements of people of color in and out of the military. This series creates an opportunity to celebrate our courage, perseverance and, intellect.

Heroes of Color - Episode 2

Gaspar Yanga

Gaspar Yanga is known as one of the first black liberators in the Americas by leading one of the most successful slave rebellions. After being forced into slavery on the sugar plantations in Veracruz, Mexico, he escaped around 1570. Gaspar and his followers headed into the mountainous terrain of Veracruz where they flourished unchallenged for nearly 30 years. His group constantly fended off Spanish military attacks. Years later, he was officially awarded land under a treaty.

The Black Seminoles and the Largest Slave Revolt in U.S. History

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The story of John Horse and the Black Seminoles' Freedom Crusade.

Humans' First Appearance in the Americas:

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