Please Note: The Proud to Be Black Package is a bundle of products that includes three (3) DVDs that will be shipped to you and one digital download (e-book) that is available immediately upon purchase.
This week, the events that transpired in Ferguson, MO were a reminder of just how little the justice system values a Black life. To add insult to injury, mainstream media outlets were more fixated on people who vandalized property and looted local businesses than those who peacefully protested. For the millions of Black Americans who tuned in to follow the coverage, there were many reasons to feel hopeless, angry, and/or ashamed. But we can't allow media propaganda to tear us down.
Black America comes from a lineage of the most brilliant, powerful, resilient people in the world. It's time that we restore pride in who we really are -- not who our counterparts want us to be.
Today, the Your Black World Network is offering you the Proud to Be Black Package, valued at $90, which includes filmmaker Tariq Nasheed's 5-star rated Hidden Colors DVD series on sale (while supplies last) for $49.99+shipping.
Here's exactly what the package includes:
- Hidden Colors: The Untold History of People of Aboriginal, Moor, and African Descent (DVD): Featuring Dr. Umar Johnson and many other influential scholars in Black America, sheds light on the untold stories that America's public school system would never share about African history. Some of the specific topics discussed are: the original image of Christ, the original people of Asia, West African empires, and much, much more!
- Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph of Melanin (DVD): Featuring Dr. Claud Anderson, Dr. Umar Johnson, KRS-ONE, and many other notable activists in Black America, sheds light on the prison industrial complex, the downfall of thriving Black economic communities, Native Americans, and much, much more!
- Hidden Colors 3: The Rules of Racism (DVD): Featuring Dick Gregory, Nas, David Banner, and many other influential voices in Black America, discusses modern-day plights of Black America due to institutional racism. The documentary explores how this approach to oppression is pushed through legislation to maintain control.
- What If George Bush Were a Black Man? (Electronic Book): In his common unapologetic delivery, finance scholar and social commentator Dr. Boyce Watkins outlines how "white privilege" enabled former President George Bush to become President of the United States of America, despite drug usage, mediocre grades, and an overall lack of intelligence needed to run one of the most acclaimed countries in the world.