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Nickel Mustard | November 22, 2022

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The Central Park Five

January 17, 2013 |

Venerable filmmaker Ken Burns joined forces with family to unbury and re-create the infamous case of the Central Park Jogger. The documentary is based upon the book by Burns’ daughter Sarah entitled, “The Central Park Five: A Chronicle of a … Read More

Dear Daddy

January 30, 2012 |

If it’s true that God will send angels after his people, director Janks Morton might just be one of them.  In Dear Daddy, fatherless girls bare their souls about growing up without a father.  Young girls purge their hearts as … Read More

A Black Woman’s Worth

September 13, 2011 |


The Mustard™:   A work of love and concern for the Black Woman…

‘What’s the value of the Black Woman,’ asks producer Dwayne L. Buckingham.  ‘Time has proven that Black Women who understand their worth possess the ability to control … Read More

Happily Ever After: A Positive Image of Black Marriage

May 21, 2011 |

Couples and experts discuss topics such as the image and portrayal of Black marriage and the Black family.  Couples note their inspirations for marriage growing up.  Shows like the Cosby Show, which portrayed a success family unit.  They express their … Read More

You Saved Me

May 21, 2011 |

Married couples give testimony of what marriage has done for them.  Couples tell how consistency in marriage ‘saved’ them from the street clubs, from self destructive habits, and from the pressure of facing life’s obstacles alone.  An extremely beautiful concept.  … Read More

Night Catches Us

December 30, 2010 |

Night Catches Us does a good job capturing the tense political atmosphere of the 1970s. I liked how they incorporated authentic Black Panther Party video clips and anthems.  Night Catches Us is worth seeing, even if for the historical nostalgia … Read More