1. Black History March Volume iii

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    Black History March is an ongoing project series, now in it's third year, this project seeks not only to commemorate and remember various time periods in African history and it's diaspora through words, motion picture and still photography but to celebrate it. The body of work through all three volumes serves as an ode to black history. Each volume of work speaks to a different time period, a different place, different people but all African. - See more at: www.anthonybila.tumblr.com & Black History March Volume i here: http://on.be.net/1nz3GUn & volume ii here: http://on.be.net/1ualCoC I purposefully launched this project a month after the Black History Month actually occurred, it’s traditionally held in February but I wanted to dispel the notion that black history needs a ‘special month’, the shortest month of all no less, dedicated to it as commemoration and remembrance of the rich incredibly vast history of Africa and it’s peoples. My thoughts about black history are that it should be venerated just as any other significant part of history is, at every given opportunity. The name of the series is a double entendre. March being the month we are in and march in the sense that we soldier on, as a people moving forward but never forgetting to reflect and look back at where we have come from. Something I believe we should all do.

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    • A/W 2016 Afroklectic Collection

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      I explored the Autumn Winter 12 13 Hyperculture: Beyond Ethnic trend. My inspiration derived from African culture, art, history, fashion, architecture and nature

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      • October 7, 2014 with Louw Venter and host Alexandra Meadors

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        A living room chat with Louw Venter, a local South African boer (land-owner/farmer) about all things from the nyala, eland, monkeys and bushpigs on his farm, to OBE's, to the cabal, to analyses of South African and American politics and policies, to the Sumerian texts; and much more.

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        • John Henrik Clark: A Great And Mighty Walk: Open & Malcom X excerpt

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          12,000 Years of African history and personal rumination from John Henrik Clarke, scholar and intimate of Malcolm X. Produced by Wesley Snipes, Directed by St Claire Bourne, Edited by Chris Fiore Winner: 1997 Jury Prize, UrbanWorld Film Festival Nominated: 1997 Grand Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival

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          • Legacy of the Rwandan Genocide

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            "I went back to Rwanda last month for the first time in almost 20 years. I was head of mission for Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) during and after the 1994 Rwandan genocide. The experience changed me completely; my innocence died there." Hear from Rachel Kiddel-Monroe as she reflects on her time with MSF in the Democratic Republic of Congo during the Rwandan Genocide.

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            • Chapter 2: Operation Noah

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              This was part of a series shot for the Jameson Indie Channel entitled Drawn. A mini saga on the significance of history. The print created is based on the story of Operation Noah which happened on Lake Kariba between 1958 - 1964.

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              • Townships from ProjectExplorer.org in South Africa

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                A quick history of townships and segregated living in South Africa. ProjectExplorer.org in South Africa is: Presented by: Ilana Fayerman & Christopher Schram Edited by: Jenny M. Buccos Produced by: Jenny M. Buccos Directed by: Jenny M. Buccos ProjectExplorer.org in South Africa was made possible by generous supporters like you. Support our work by making a tax-deductible contribution at: projectexplorer.org/donate.php. Over 90% of every dollar received goes directly to our free educational programming. © ProjectExplorer.org, 2007 - 2013. All rights reserved

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                • Day of the African Child

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                  On June 16, 1976, a group of young students and youth were holding a peaceful protest in South Africa. Sadly, hundreds were shot and killed by government officials and police. The Day of the African Child is now celebrated annually all over the continent, to honor those who died, as well as children's rights in Africa. This clip recaps the ceremony which took place in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in 2013. Camera and edit: Jessica Devnani

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                  • African Resistance to Slavery and Colonialism

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                    “Of course the image is always given that the Africans themselves acquiesce to the process of slavery. But you’ll find that in West Africa there was a polity or a political entity that existed that guaranteed security right across West Africa and that was the Songhay Empire. We saw the emergence of Nasir Al Din in the 16th Century. We saw Malik Sy in the 16th Century as well, and men like Abdul Qadeer and Cherno Sulayman Kaba, these men who waged resistance in what is known as Futa Toro and Futa Jalon. -- Muhammad Shareef

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                    • Out of Africa: Quest for the Northern Lights VOD

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                      Written Produced & Directed By Richard Arabome Copyright 2013. BoilerRoom Studios PTY Ltd www.broomstudios.com Out of Africa: Quest for the Northern Lights can be summed up in 3 words; Africa's checkered history. I embarked on this project with two things in mind, travel around the magical island of Iceland and finding at least one Northern Lights shower; we accomplished that. I also wanted to explore the contrasting fortunes of the early pioneers and settlers on this very young island and modern day Africans, we hope we also accomplished that with this film. In order to adequately tell Africa's side of the story, we had to go back some 500 years detailing the turning points that we believe sealed the fate as it were, of today's African. Out of Africa: Quest for the Northern Lights, is the first feature film to chronicle 500 years of African history under a single film, taking us through some of Africa's more heart wrenching and unforgettable episodes in the continent's checkered history from the 15th to 21st Century. At the end of the day, we hope to have shown the viewer, a side of Africa they would never have known. This is the overriding aim of the film.

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