Black Nation

Categories: Politics, Arts and Culture
52min | 2008
BLACK NATION is a film that takes an uncompromising look at the state of Black manhood in America as seen through the prism of the streets of Detroit, past and present, and that city's controversial Shrine of the Black Madonna. Filmmaker Mats Hjelm draws on his deep personal connection with the Church and the City, to explore the racial, cultural and political ramifications of a "black male Genocide".

BLACK NATION offers the audience a penetrating look at what it means to be a Black Man in America today.

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Topics: Black History, Race, New America, America, Detroit, Culture, Politics, Social Issues, Identity, Discrimination, Misunderstood
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Roger Richardson
Roger Richardson
November 25, 2014
A+
Donna Fleming
Donna Fleming
May 5, 2014
A-
Gregory
Gregory
February 13, 2014
A-
Well told story with stark realities of the state of things. Not buying the black Jesus thing but that didn't get in the way of the story's truths.
Robert Innis
Robert Innis
December 27, 2013
Loved it
JANE HYDEN
JANE HYDEN
November 30, 2013
A
just loved it and i am atheist./
Tom Powers
Tom Powers
December 8, 2013
Thanks for watching our film Jane! Glad you "loved it'! Tom Powers, Producer