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Tariq Nasheed's 'Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph Of Melanin' Now Available On Home Video

by Tambay A. Obenson
December 14, 2012 10:41 AM
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It screened last weekend to what I heard was a packed, engaged audience here in NYC. I couldn't make it, but I believe Curtis did, so we might get a review from him eventually.

But the film is now available on home video, released just yesterday as a matter of fact. So you can order a copy if you're interested and/or curious.

From author, radio and director Tariq Nasheed, comes the documentary, Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph Of Melanin, a sequel to last year's Hidden Colors: The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal, Moor, and African Descent.

The film features interviews with leading scholars and historians across the USA, each discussing topics that have been "omitted from modern history books," focusing on the following areas and more:

*The origins of the Olmec and Mayans

*The truth about the prison industrial complex

*The economic warfare against aboriginal people

*Untold American history

*Secret medical practices against people of color

And much more.

The documentary also touches on many of the reasons why much of this information has been hidden from the public for so long, say the producers.

This film will be of interest to everyone, regardless of race or ethnic background, because the rich history of the people discussed is world history. And world history is all of our history.

Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph Of Melanin is the second film in a series, which started with Hidden Colors, was released in April 2011, in select theaters across North America. It was Tariq Nasheed's directorial debut, and is also available on DVD currently.

Below is the trailer for Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph Of Melanin. To order your copy of part 2, click HERE.

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  • ashely | January 20, 2014 8:40 PMReply

    To RAINA.......
    LOL and as from seeing that of which from your comment one can easily see that you are not only a white supremacist but an ignorant puppet of society that believes anything that is said to be true without proof, because for you to simply deny the information given in this film is absurd. These are not just random people of the street with anger issues these are highly attained scholarlistic graduates who are doctors in their fields of study. They are clearly not speaking from the pit of their asses and unlike commercial America they come with clear evidence to back up what they say. Their information is so accurate you can look it up yourself and see the truth....i have. But like i said for you to deny this for yourself and not even try to take it into consideration that says more about the person you are and your logic than your obviously biass opinion of this movie and the people ini. t

  • Raina | September 9, 2013 11:54 PMReply

    This is not a documentary. This is pseudointellectual reactionary nonsense. Their claims are unsupported. Tariq Nasheed is a joke as are the other people featured in the film. They are nothing but a bunch of misogynists, homophobes, pseudohistorians, and pseudoscientists.

  • Miles McDaniel | June 30, 2014 10:18 AM

    What we are suppose to believe white media is all true let alone their history books please come on brotha take the red pill and leave the blue pill at home.

  • amaribey | December 25, 2012 6:42 PMReply

    I saw this in the movie theatre and it was great. Even had the honor of meeting Dr Booket T Coleman after. It is a must get!!! Share with your families and friends!!

  • Blackman | December 15, 2012 7:57 PMReply

    Been looking for this ONLINE, and can't find it.

    not paying full price for free education.

  • k | February 9, 2013 10:56 PM

    THETRUTH: It's 'you're' as in you are, not 'your'as in belonging to someone

  • TheTruth | January 11, 2013 1:54 PM

    Mr. Blackman... You should already know the information spoken about in the documentary! Your not paying for education when you buy it, your helping fund more films produced by us. Your paying for the time and effort it took to gather African scholars for one common goal. Your paying for more African inspired films that will give answer to all lies and deceptions that once went unspoken. Your paying for the efforts to reeducate Europeans miss-education of the world!!! Every thing you purchase in America is funding White supremacist interest around the globe! For once were telling our own story without European input and you can get past ignorance! Are you that weak that they have brain washed you into not helping yourself are you that hurt you will abandon any effort to reclaim the respect you deserve! Come on brother he's only asking for $30 once and you can take it home. Hollywood ask for $10 at the movies, $5 pay-per-view, $30 new release, and your monthly cable bill pay for it again even when you don't watch it!

  • Aaron | December 17, 2012 9:35 AM

    And this is why we don't get many of these films. Because of fools like you who won't come out of their pocket and show support for it so we can get more films like this made.

  • Django | December 16, 2012 6:43 PM

    "Been looking for this ONLINE, and can't find it. not paying full price for free education"

    Spoken like a true coon

  • Monique a williams | December 14, 2012 8:21 PMReply

    The first one was awesome! Looking forward to Part II.

  • Aaron | December 14, 2012 1:30 PMReply

    I just ordered my copy off amazon.

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