LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents CONSCIOUSNESS TV - Robtel Neajai Pailey. One of the new voices in the fight to see African Countries become self-sustained. Here she discusses a well thought out self-help program entitled "Dignified Work", and its five pillars: 1.) Trusted Economics, 2.) Employment Markets, 3.) Insurance, 4.) Education, and 5.) Governance. Must Watch. Robtel begins at 9min 34secs -in.
LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents CONSCIOUSNESS TV - The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan - Where Are Black People In The Bible? It is now time to read your bible, outside of what "the church" tells you to read. Learn who you are as a Black man and a Black woman. Listen, Watch, Learn & Enjoy!
LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents A Black History Tribute To Black Inventors. The Men and Women who made/make it happen, who are Masters of Invention. Sit back, relax with the whole family, and enjoy this Black History Month Tribute to Black Inventors.
LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents Katt Williams - Let A Playa Play. During a turbulent time in Cincinnati Ohio, Katt Williams brings his comedy home to his home city, to help relieve tensions, and to shine a light on the injustice happening during that time. Katt is funny, serious and potent during this stand up. LORDLANDONLINE.COM Salutes Katt Williams!
LORDLANDONLINE.COM Presents, For Black History Month, Great Black Inventors. First up is a man who created an invention which we use everyday. And, without it-- where would we be, where it concerns technology, the arts, and or everyday life? We salute Lewis H. Latimer,The Inventor of the electric light! In 1881, Lewis Latimer invented the light commonly used today. Before Latimer's improvements, the light bulb had no practical use because it did not give off light for an extended period of time. Later, Edison would hire Lewis to write all of his patients, and people know, whomever actually writes the patients is actually the inventor of invention, because they have actually worked on it, know the ins and outs, and have the knowledge to write the patient. In the movie starring Spencer Tracey about Edison, they represent Lewis Latimer as a little Black boy who is there learning from Edison; when in actuality-- Latimer was a full grown educated Black man who gave Edison his stature in the inventing world. We salute Lewis H. Latimer during and beyond Black History Month, every time we turn on the light switch-- it's he we honor.
BLACK FIST is the feature to kick-off Black History Month on THE SOUL CINEMA REVIEW. A young man -- Leroy Fist (Richard Lawson) -- becomes involved in the mob. He attempts to change his life, and mobsters kills his wife. Leroy is out for bloody revenge. Great Martial Arts Action In this Film! Black Fist was released as "Homeboy" and "Black Streetfighter". The film stars Richard Lawson as "Leroy Fist" and features Annazette Chase and Philip Michael Thomas, with Dabney Coleman in the cast. So, Sit Back, Grab The Popcorn and Enjoy "BLACK FIST".