LOOKING BACK AT A SLIGHTLY MILITANT BILL COSBY IN 1968
Honestly I'm not even sure how I found this; but here we have a young Bill Cosby schooling the masses on the True History of Black People in this World. With a slightly militant tone, Mr. Huxtable delivers a stricking oratory on the wonderful contributions that Black People have brought to the world-but rarely ever received any mention in the history books. The most insightful area of discussion, however, deals with the propaganda used to justify the treatment of Black Men, Women & Children in America-and the negative impact of the way Black People have been portrayed in movies & television. Trust me, Bill goes in!!! Topics range from African contributions to Art & Civilization, to the myth of slave traders "civilizing" the savage Africans, to the psychological impact of racial imagery on children, to propaganda movies like D.W. Griffith's 1915 film "The Birth of a Nation" which led to the rebirth of the modern-era Klu Klux Klan. Like I said. Mr. Huxtable goes HARD on this one. Enjoy.