Shouter Baptist Religion

The Shouter Baptists

Vibrant, evocative, expressive; a European Christian religion fuelled by the rhythms and traditions of West…

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First black Britons

Black Britons – who are the first?

The First Black Britons reveals a dramatic and compelling 3-part story; brought to life by historical characters and a wealth of visual and document sources.

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Race in America

‘Why do you think Romney has such a lead among whites?’ asked The Washington Post, as if racial prejudice isn’t part of America’s history and daily life?

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black power sporting salute

Tommie Smith and John Carlos on Higher Ground

Black-gloved fists raised aloft, on a sweltering hot night in Mexico City, U.S. athletes Tommie Smith and John Carlos propelled themselves into history.

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Stephanie Benson: Fairytale Princess

Never did the Brothers Grimm or The Arabian Nights tell tales of beautiful princesses who gave it all up for love and a bungalow in Kent. Then again, these stories were written long before Stephanie Benson was born.

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Shouter Baptist Religion

Natural Mystic: Coming from The Shouter Baptists Faith

Vibrant, evocative, expressive; a European Christian religion fuelled by the rhythms and traditions of West Africa, yet totally indigenous to Trinidad; is the Shouter Baptist faith.

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On Being a Big Man in Ghana

Big Man / Small Boy in Ghana

Two men beside me are talking very loudly, but I don’t understand what they’re saying. Not even enough to know if they’re talking about me. Another man has joined. They are definitely not talking about me – at least not now. They seem not even to notice my presence. Am I a ghost, a mere shadow of my former self?

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Goodbye Uncle Tom (Directors' Cut)

Goodbye Uncle Tom: Most Perverted Film Ever?

Goodbye Uncle Tom is possibly the most politically incorrect “shockumentary” you are ever likely to see. A disgusting, perverted, apparently hysterical, look at the slave trade in the mid 1800s by Italian directors Gualtiero Jacopetti and Franco Prosperi.

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