1. A Black Man Stole My...

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    “A Black Man Stole My…Vote” is simultaneously a satire of racial stereotypes in the American media and a tribute to Barack Obama’s historic achievement. While media images of black men committing crimes (and being wrongly accused of them) is common in the American cultural landscape, this year’s election has presented the country with the first instance where a black man has truly captivated tens of millions of American voters from all walks of life, “forcing” them to vote for him not through intimidation or violence, but through eloquence, commitment, vision, and talent.

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    • A Day in the Life - Washington, DC

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      One day in Washington, DC. Adam Nisbet takes you for an early morning bike ride to George Washington's home of Mount Vernon on the banks of the Potomac and then back to the National Mall for some museums. At the National History Museum, a showcase of First Ladies inaugural gowns featuring Michelle Obama's 2009 gown. Later, a visit to the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden and the East Wing of the NGA featuring works by Terry Winters, Roy Lichtenstein, Frank Stella, and others. Finally, a trip from Rosslyn, VA to Lucky Bar, Dupont Circle for the Big East Tournament win of Georgetown over Marquette and lastly chill vibes from a Latin jazz band at 18th St. Lounge.

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      • A First Look

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        One of the world’s most powerful women, standing at 6 feet 2, it’s kind of hard not to be intimidated by Michelle Obama. “I was scared! I was really nervous to just even say hi to her,” said Maisha Abbott. But the first lady was all about first impressions. “Hi, I’m Michelle Obama, I’m 48 years old, and I am honored to be here. I’ve heard about all that’s been going on here for years and years,” It’s just another stop here at MA’O Organic farms, And for the interns who toured her, that’s exactly what it felt like – just another visitor. “From when we first met her during our tour, she was already just laid back,” said Derrik Parker. “It definitely got better once we started touring around with her and actually getting to talk with her one on one,” said Abbott And there was a lot, that Mrs. Obama wanted to talk about. Among the main things were childhood obesity, youth leadership, and access to healthy, affordable food. “I didn’t realize how down-to-earth she is, like it made it so easy to talk to her and it felt like we were just conversating, and just talking about the issues in Waianae and how this program is helping,” said Parker. “I jumped at the opportunity to come and not just see for myself but also allow the world to see what you all are doing,” said Michelle Obama. Whether it’s Michelle Obama, or the rest of the world coming to see the farm, MA’O’s just gonna keep doing what they’re doing. “She’s like any other person, she’s a person who’s in political power right now, but if it was any person I would give the same tour that I would have given to a person on the street, and I think she felt that and she loved it,” said Cheryse Sana.

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        • AFRICA FEMMES PERFORMANTES SESSION 2012, LA FEMME AFRICAINE SE PREND EN CHARGE

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          En marge de la grande conference de Africa femmes performantes qui se tiendra au mois de novembre 2012 au Maroc, les femmes noires du monde se sont réunies a Washington DC sous la direction de madame Patricia Faraut pour parler de leurs projets: ouverture d'une banque africaine au féminin, lancement de leur ligne des produits de beauté... En image ce que a été le forum. gi@bakolostates.com., www.femmesperformantes.com

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          • Alchemy Session at Crouse Elementary School from December 2011

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            Almost four years in the making, FINDING THE GOLD WITHIN - a feature-length documentary by Karina Epperlein - had its WORLD PREMIERE on October 3rd at the Mill Valley Film Festival! goldthefilm.com -- karinafilms.us -- facebook.com/goldthefilm -- twitter.com/goldthefilm Six young black men from Akron, Ohio, enter college, determined to redefine society’s images and low expectations of them. Music, poetry, football, basketball, international relations, law studies, and the desire to change the world, are their guiding posts. Having attended the nationally acclaimed youth program Alchemy Inc for four to seven years, they are sitting solidly in themselves. Well trained in critical thinking and unusually articulate about their inner lives and struggles, the young men guide us through - and into - the stories that saved them or set them apart. In turns quiet, thoughtful and exuberant, they are navigating a complex set of changes: classrooms and teachers, new friends and racial provocations, fathers missed, remembered and reconnected with, summer jobs, and financial hardship.

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            • Alison Hinds & Richie Spice King And Queen (Official Music Video)

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              Bajan Soca star Alison hinds & Reggae star Richie Spice brand new music video for their single King & Queen, which is a tribute to US president Barack Obama & his wife Michelle Obama. The music video was shot at several locations across Kingston including Devon House, Victoria House and the Boliva Art Gallery, under the direction of Jay Will (Game Over).

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              • A Mother’s Plea To The First Lady « CBS Dallas / Fort Worth

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                • Anatomy of HIV in Botswana and the Way Forward

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                  Dr. Dwight Yin Botswana-Baylor Clinic in Gaborone, Botswana Dr. Yin talks about the HIV/AIDS crisis in Botswana during a 2009 interview. This is an additional scene from a forthcoming documentary that captures the moment the tide turns in what UNAIDS calls the "youth revolution in HIV/AIDS prevention." THE ROAD WE KNOW www.citygatefilms.com www.theroadweknow.com Directed, Produced and Edited by Suzanne Taylor Co-produced by Carolyn McCulley Cinematography by Brad Allgood Original score by Roger Hooper

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                  • Andrea Strauss Food Pyramid Analysis

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                    What is the food pyramid and where did it go? There is a slight delay if you fast forward to 00:49 you are good to go :) Thank you for watching!

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                    • Andre Leon Talley with Diane von Furstenberg - Zappos Couture - "The First Lady"

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                      Andre Leon Talley sits down with his friend Diane von Furstenberg to talk about her Los Angeles retrospective, "The Journey of a Dress" at LACMA. This is one of a series of interviews Mr. Talley is doing for Zappos Couture in his role of Artistic Director.

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