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“FROM MARTIN TO TUPAC: POLITICAL ASSASSINATIONS” Is the Political Assassination of Black Activists Official U.S. Policy?.
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This Black History Month, Clarendon Entertainment, Fuqua Films, and Microsoft proudly present a unique and provocative Program: FROM MARTIN TO TUPAC: POLITICAL ASSASSINATIONS that explores whether political assassinations of black activists is a policy of the U.S. government. The program examines the facts, circumstances and speculations surrounding the assassinations of such heralded figures as Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X, Alprentice “Bunchy” Carter, George Jackson and Fred Hampton. Through discussion and analysis, the program: FROM MARTIN TO TUPAC: POLITICAL ASSASSINATIONS also gives historical context to the current debate over the unsolved murders of cultural icons Tupac Shakur and Christopher “Biggie Smalls” Wallace.
FOUR-HOUR PROGRAM: “FROM MARTIN TO TUPAC: POLITICAL ASSASSINATIONS” INCLUDES:
This compelling program will provide students and faculty the opportunity to meet African-American filmmakers, journalists and law enforcement professionals while learning about new technologies. Our program is tailored to your needs and program producers will efficiently work with you for a professionally produced program.
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A presentation of clips from several documentaries will serve as a prelude to a symposium in which a distinguished panel of three filmmakers, scholars and journalists will debate the participation of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence agencies in these events and explore possible motives and political consequences. The potential pool of speakers may include (subject to confirmation):
Rounding out the program will be an interactive workshop where students and faculty will learn the methods of investigative journalism and documentary filmmaking.
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Darralynn D. Hutson
(646) 723-3961 (office)