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Professor Henry Louis Gates, the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor at Harvard University and director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, continues his journey into the past to illuminate the familial histories of 29 of today's most recognizable names in sports, music, film, television, theatre, and literature. Each episode takes viewers on a journey through layers of ancestral history, uncovering familial secrets and sharing life-altering discoveries that ultimately reveal an intimate bond that links each individual's story together.
If our political system is like a game of Monopoly, how can outsiders have a voice when only money speaks? Director John Ennis, driven to make the world better for his newborn daughter, documents comical corruption, follows political newcomers, and uncovers intrigue in this colorful journey that connects the dots of Big Money in our ever-challenging election process.
During the 1960s, as the executive director of the National Urban League, Whitney Young was one of the few African Americans who had the ear of those who controlled the levers of power: Fortune 500 CEOs, governors, senators, and presidents. He used these relationships to gain better access to employment, education, housing, and healthcare for African Americans, other minorities, and those in need.
Examines what the treatment of history tells us about race and power in contemporary America and asks the questions: How do we justify teaching American history as somehow separate from African American history? What does it mean that we have a Black History Month? What would it mean if we didn't?
Chronicles his early years in Honolulu to his history-making presidential win. Follow Obama through his teenage struggles for self-identity, his student days at Columbia University and Harvard Law School, and finally, through his political career in Chicago, where he rose to fame through a focus on ethics and political reform. Go behind the scenes of Obama's extraordinarily successful presidential campaign, his triumphant election, and his historic first term in the White House.
George Lopez presented from the famed Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE, which he has previously sold out 24 times (a record for the venue), the exclusive presentation features Lopez in performance before a live audience.
In each hour-long episode, he takes viewers along for the journey with two or three celebrity guests who are connected to one another by an intimate, sometimes hidden link, treks through layers of ancestral history, uncovers secrets and surprises in their family trees and shares life-altering discoveries.
Two- time Pulitzer Prize winner, political candidate, journalist, movie director, and social critic are just a few of the titles that Norman Mailer holds. Mailer wrote over 30 books in his lifetime, married six times and had nine children. He died at the age of 84 on November 10, 2077. He lived a tumultuous life that has demarcated him as one of the most memorable iconoclasts of the last century. On May 8, 2012, Cinema Libre Studio will take you beyond the headlines and into the life of this complex man.
"Super Why!" has received the Parents' Choice Silver Honor Award and National Parenting Center Seal of Approval and was nominated for an Emmy® for Outstanding Preschool Children's Series. Each episode begins behind the bookshelves of a library where four fairytale friends overcome a dilemma by looking...in a book! The friends turn into a team of literacy-powered super heroes to solve the problem and save the day while teaching children core reading fundamentals.
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