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  • EUR TV Review (Video): ‘Black in Latin America’

    Apr 25, 11 by EurPublisher 5 Comments

    *When you think of slavery in the Americas, I bet you assume that more Africans were brought to the U.S. than anywhere else in this hemisphere. But truth be told, only a tiny fraction were transported to this soil, with ten times as many being taken to Brazil, and even twice as many to Cuba. […]

  • EUR TV Review: William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe

    Jun 22, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *William Kunstler (1919-1995) was one of the most reviled figures of the 20th Century. For he was an attorney who not only represented controversial causes and unpopular people, but his approach in the courtroom involved exposing the racism and classicism permeating the legal justice system. Always ahead of his time, Kunstler’s lifelong commitment to civil […]

  • EUR TV Review: Harlem in Montmartre

    Feb 8, 10 by EurPublisher Leave a comment

    *The period between World War I and World War II was marked by a cultural renaissance in Paris when a vibrant community of African-American musicians thrived in a section of the city called Montmartre. Many of the initial expatriates to settle there were black U.S. Army veterans who preferred to remain in France rather than […]