New Documentary by BMX Founder Debuts At PAFF

A powerful examination of the “genesis” of the Black male sexual, social, religious and historical experience in America and on the Continent. Voices of noted African Americans contribute to a riveting, yet rarely told story of how colonialism, White supremacy, myth and modern media mold sexual expectations and control the treatment of Black males. Featuring: Rev. Al Sharpton, Cleo Manago, Dr. Marc Lamont Hill, Esther Armah, R. L’Heureux Lewis, and Bishop John L. Selders Jr.

This year, the Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) will be held February 6-17, 2014 in Los Angeles, CA. Read more on PAFF here.

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