In the late ’60s, after the assassination of both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King, the civil rights movement in America gave way to a more militant breed of activists who were demanding greater self-determination for the African-American community and the right to defend themselves against a system they felt was stacked against them. A number of journalists for Swedish television were fascinated with the rise of the Black Panther Party and the larger Black Power movement, and on several occasions sent film crews to the United State to interview major figures in the African-American militant community. Filmmaker Göran Hugo Olsson has used some of this archival footage as the basis for the documentary The Black Power Mixtape: 1967-1975, which includes vintage interviews with Angela Davis, Eldridge Cleaver, Huey P. Newton, Stokely Carmichael, Bobby Seale, Louis Farrakhan, and other key figures in the Black Power movement.
OKAY I FOUND IT.
All of Cinderella, from 1997.
I mean, Whitney was part of all our lives, but this was how I was introduced to her, when I was nine.
Rewatch it with us, watch it for the first time, if you were too young in 1997.
REWATCH BEGINS AT 10 PM EASTERN STANDARD TIME, 7 PM PACIFIC TIME
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