A War for your Soul - Submitted by
Sam Bateman:

A filmmaker and public speaker, Reggie
Bullock is a vibrant voice and accomplished
role model for the youth of today. On March
15, 2009, Reggie’s short film "A War For
Your Soul" was independently released on
the internet, and has catapulted as a
“stirring, epic and inspirational” video for
today’s generation”. Over 1.5 million
internet viewers have watched “A War For
Your Soul” in seven months. The video has
garnered praise from mayors, city leaders,
youth and civic organizations from Ghana,
Israel, the Caribbean, U.K. and other
countries for sparking dialogue in
encouraging adults to play a more active
role in educating children.

On Oct. 14th, Popular radio host Michael
Baisden said "This is a must see film".

Reggie is currently active as a noted
speaker, conducting speaking
engagements throughout the country. For
speaking engagements contact
warforyoursoul.com or reggie.
bullock@comcast.net

This video was created to inspire young at-
risk African-Americans not to fall prey to
some of the problems they face in society.
The "Master of Darkness" represents that
abstract concept of evil that has the
potential to reside in the consciousness of
mankind.

This video should not to be used to divide
people (Black & White).
This video should not be used to criticize all
aspects of hip-hop culture.
This video should not be used to allow the
rest of society to escape from their
responsibility, to help with financial &
academic support.

If used properly, this video will allow our
youth to see some of the horrific conditions
that their ancestors fought through and
some of the horrific conditions they face
today.

An extensive commentary about the film
can be seen at warforyoursoul.com

**THIS VIDEO IS NOT FOR SALE & I
AM NOT ACCEPTING DONATIONS
FOR THE FILM, I ONLY WANT THE
MESSAGE TO REACH AS MANY
PEOPLE AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT
ANY HIDDEN POLITICAL OR
FINANCIAL AGENDA.

Contacts:
warforyoursoul.com
reggie.bullock@comcast.net
facebook.com/reggie.bullock
twitter.com/ReggieBullock
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Panther 21 Tribute'

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protect ourselves and families
from becoming ELIMINATED as
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and prepare, if not you have no
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the cases of Oscar Grant and
Lovell Mixon, two Black men
killed by Oakland police. From
Philly to Oakland the same
problem exists, police terrorism.  
Small Axe has been screened
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Abusing Their Powers to Trick You
By Neill Franklin, LEAP
http://www.alternet.org/story/148860/

As a 33-year law enforcement veteran and former training
commander with the Maryland State Police and Baltimore Police
Department, I know how easy it is to intimidate citizens into
answering incriminating questions or letting me search through
their belongings. This reality might make things easier for police
looking to make an easy arrest, but it doesn't always serve the
interests of justice. That's why I believe all citizens should
understand how to protect their constitutional rights and make
smart decisions when dealing with officers of the law.

Unfortunately, this important information has remained largely
unavailable to the public, despite growing concerns about police
misconduct and the excesses of the war on drugs. For this reason, I
agreed to serve as a technical consultant for the important new film, 10
Rules for Dealing with Police. The 40-minute docudrama aims to
educate the public about basic legal and practical survival strategies
for handling even the scariest police encounters. It was produced by
the civil liberties group Flex Your Rights and is narrated by former
federal judge and acclaimed Baltimore trial lawyer William "Billy"
Murphy, Jr.

The opening scene portrays Darren, a young black man getting pulled
over. He's driving home from college. This is the fifth time he's been
pulled over in a year. Frustrated and scared, Darren immediately
breaks Rule #1: Always Be Calm & Cool. Mouthing off to the officer,
Darren aggressively exits the car and slams the door. The officer
overreacts, dropping Darren with a taser shot to his chest.

Continued Here
"Royal Federal Blues",

The Story of the African-American Civil War Soldier."  It has been
distributed in the U.S. and overseas and has won a national Telly
production award in the educational documentary category.  It has also
aired several times on the History Channel.

The film's original distribution form was in VHS.  However, it has been
re-mastered digitally to DVD with additional interview materials, along
with narrative additions and edits.  The docu-drama is 30 minutes long,
which also makes it perfect for classroom use.  At the Royal Federal
Blues website, you will find an interactive Question & Answer teaching
tool and a downloadable PDF.

Please view the movie trailer for "Royal Federal Blues: The Story of the
African-American Civil War Soldier" at
www.RoyalFederalBlues.com

If you are interested in carrying copies of this DVD docu-drama film,
please feel free to contact me by email or at the telephone number
listed below.

Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,

Gregory McCampbell, BA, MFA
3060 16th Street, NW # 205
Washington, DC, 20009
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From: Vernellia Randall <vernellia.randall@notes.udayton.edu>
Webinars on Race, Racism and the Law
Request - "Racial Battle Fatigue"

Can you help me with the following request:

"I'm looking for movie or TV scenes, poems or songs – or other pop-
cultural references – that illustrate “chronic exposure to racial
discrimination” and its impact on coping/mental health and well-being.
Can you suggest some good examples? Any that focus on black
women?"

I am a fan of Reclamation Gallery
http://www.reclamationgallery.com/

Vernellia R. Randall
Professor of Law
University of Dayton

WEBSITES:
Race, Racism and American Law
Http://academic.udayton.edu/race/

2010 Law School Boot Camp
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The Pre-Law Students-of-Color Network
http://thejdproject.org/
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Pressure Entertainment Inc.
Seeking to inspire and help change the path of our youths through the
positive messages in my films.  The links to my film trailer at Harkins
Theatres, movie tickets.com.  

The film is set to be released @ Harkins Theatres April 27th 2012 in 6
screens which includes Arizona, California and Denver Colorado.  

Need support from Youth Organizations / or Corps. who are interested
to purchase advance tickets .Thank you.

Abdu Dandridge - Independent Film Producer/Writer/Director/Editor
Pefilms1@yahoo.com
www.pressureentertainment.com
Phoenix, AZ.
This weekend the top documentary prize at the Sundance Film Festival
went to "The House I Live In," which questions why the United States
has spent more than $1 trillion on drug arrests in the past 40 years, and
yet drugs are cheaper, purer and more available today than ever. The
film examines the economic, as well as the moral and practical, failures
of the so-called "war on drugs" and calls on the United States to
approach drug abuse not as a "war," but as a matter of public health.
We need "a very changed dialogue in this country that understands
drugs as a public health concern and not a criminal justice concern,"
says the film’s director, Eugene Jarecki. "That means the system has to
say, 'We were wrong.
bringing positive
images to our
community by
way of movies, TV
shows and
documentaries.
Melanin The God Particle is a
documentary film that explores
the mysteries and theories
associated with melanin.
Melanin: The God Particle
by Lee Green (aka Naazir Alim Bey)