One Nation Under God (1994)

Documentary by Bram van Splunteren about the black community in the USA, and the role of The Nation of Islam in the landscape of American black culture. The focus in this film is on hipop artists that support(ed) the Nation…

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Documentary by Bram van Splunteren about the black community in the USA, and the role of The Nation of Islam in the landscape of American black culture. The focus in this film is on hipop artists that support(ed) the Nation of Islam in the mid nineties, like Brand Nubian, Prince Akeem, Public Enemy, Nefertite.
The film was mostly shot in black neighborhoods in New York (Brooklyn), Chicago & Los Angeles (South Central).
Amongst others the film also discusses the blaming of the Jews by some members of TNOI, for their role in the slave-trade from Africa to the North American continent.
Camera: Michel Langenberg Sound: Pieter Guyt Director: Bram van Splunteren
Produced by Joyce Feyen for VPRO Television The Netherlands
(c) 1994

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