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Speak Out! - Nubiart Diary - Review of ‘Hard Stop’

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In the fight against white supremacy you will discover slave and bubu class Africans defending poverty and inferiority. White racism is only as powerful as black tribalism allows it to be. We are so backwards we don't even understand what unity means. We think it's houses and cars and our children doing well in babylon's school. A sad irony in all of this is the gangs in their own backward way are actually showing the impact the power of unity has.

Thu 26 November 2015, 12:24 pm

This film needed to be made, not in this fabricating mind game.

Mon 23 November 2015, 12:56 am

and this film been broadcast in 49 Afrikans country free! hope someone wake's up, has any of those who invited this film did some research, who finance Ms Lipper and gives her price, is she really a friend in the Afrikan struggle, the cherry on this cake is showed on BHM with some elitist too keen to please. Have you forgotten what mirror are for. Hotep

Mon 23 November 2015, 12:50 am

This film made me boil, its not because the dir is caucasian, she has no understanding or she has an agenda, so many situation in this film question why it was promoted on BHM, why Ms Lipper put the frame were M.K.O Abiola’s wife, Kudirat ask for the US to send their army like they did in Haiti !, Hafsat Abiola promoting how belgium life is better for her child and self then Afrika, no mention of class inequality [dir didnt know of Fela's mother work], the continued and subtle [editing]

Mon 23 November 2015, 12:43 am

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