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CNN's Black In America

Just wanted to let everyone know about another documentary that's coming up in July. It's going to be on CNN and it's entitled, "Black In America". It's a two part series that airs on the 23rd and 24th. Watch the trailer; it looks pretty good. Another reason why you should watch this is because its CNN, which is basically the only news network on cable that's not biased against blacks or Democrats, lol. YES, FOX AND MSNBC, I'M TALKING TO YOU!!

I'll keep you posted.

By the way, the documentary on Douglass High comes on tonight at 9 on HBO. Don't bother me during those two hours!

-Prodigy Maestro

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  1. I must say that I was not enthusiastic when I first heard about this project, because it is impossible to "coin" the significations of being black in America in six hours. The very term "black" in describing a group of people resonates negative connotations and ideological beliefs about evil and cultural void. Nevertheless, I will reserve all judgments until July 23 and 24. I am sure that Soledad O’Brien has done a wonderful job.

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  2. That was an excellent documentary.

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