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  • SECTION: VIDEOGUIDE
  • HEADLINE: ** Historical Truth Revealed **
  • TITLE: EMANCIPATION REVELATION REVOLUTION
  • Quality: * * Acceptability: +1
  • SUBTITLES:
  • WARNING CODES:
  • Language: None
  • Violence: V
  • Sex: None
  • Nudity: None
  • RATING: Not Rated
  • RELEASE: 2006
  • TIME: 91-minute

STARRING: Alveda King, Mason Weaver, Star Parker, Rev. O’Neal Dozier, Deroy Murdock, Rev. Jesse Peterson, Rev. Keith Butler, Niger Innis, Bishop Harry Jackson, Armstrong Williams, George Fraser, Shelby Steele, David Barton, Rev. Peter Marshall, Robert L. Woodson, Sr., Gloria Jackson, Senator Harris Wofford, Roy Innis, Bill Sammon, Barbara Williams Skinner, Bishop Bobby Henderson, Bishop Charles Brown, Pastor Derrick Hutchins, Adam Brown-vocal artist, Felita Kahrs and Michele Ruth Jones – on camera narrators, LeCount Holmes – reenactor

DIRECTOR: Nina May

PRODUCER: Nina May, through The Renaissance Foundation

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Tricia Erickson, of Angel Pictures, LLC

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Nina May/Renaissance Foundation

WRITER: Nina May

BASED ON THE NOVEL/PLAY BY: N/A

DISTRIBUTOR: to be announced

CONTENT: (BBB, CCC, V) Extremely moral worldview with extreme Christian worldview setting the world straight on America’s African-American community and their years of repression by leftists as well as the source of real abolition and civil rights; several uses of the “n” word, one use of the word Jew by Louis Farrakhan, all of which is rebuked; still photos of lynchings, beatings, whippings; and, nothing else objectionable.

GENRE: Documentary

INTENDED AUDIENCE: Older children to adults

REVIEWER: Dr. Ted Baehr

REVIEW: EMANCIPATION REVELATION REVOLUTION is an extremely important documentary revealing historical truth that has been suppressed by the liberal revisionists. This 91-minute documentary shows, through the eyes of African-Americans themselves, how many members of the left sought to keep the African-American community on the liberal plantation while the great achievements in racial equality came from the conservative and faith-based community.

There are some shocking details in here, how the Democrats suppressed the blacks after the Civil War and even up until the 1960s united to deny African-Americans civil rights. The Congressional Record is cited to show how the Democrats supported the Klu Klux Klan. The African-American leaders, children and grandchildren of Booker T. Washington, Martin Luther King and others valiantly set the record straight in this documentary.

EMANCIPATION REVELATION REVOLUTION is compelling to watch. However, it is clear that it was produced on a low budget, so the interesting aspects of the documentary come from its content, not its production values. In terms of production value, some of the sound is off, some of the video is static, and some of the re-enactment is corny. Also, the African-American leaders use the “n” word and there is a clip of Louis Farrakhan demeaning Jews. All of this foul language is rebuked, and the faith of the black community is extolled.

This video is the best presentation urging blacks to free themselves from the oppression of the liberal plantation. It should be shown in every school in the country.

Please address your comments to:

Nina May

ERR Video

Phone: (240) 403-4064

Website: www.errvideo.com (a 3-minute trailer of the film can be viewed here)

Email: adam@errvideo.com

SUMMARY: EMANCIPATION REVELATION REVOLUTION is an extremely important documentary revealing how many members of the left sought to keep the African-American community on the liberal plantation while the great achievements in racial equality came from the conservative and faith-based community. Though shot on a low budget, this documentary is compelling to watch and should be shown in every school.

IN BRIEF: EMANCIPATION REVELATION REVOLUTION is an extremely important documentary revealing historical truth that has been suppressed by the liberal revisionists. This 91-minute documentary shows, through the eyes of African-Americans themselves, how many members of the left sought to keep the African-American community on the liberal plantation while the great achievements in racial equality came from the conservative and faith-based community.

There are some shocking details in here, how the Democrats united for 100 years after the Civil War to deny African-Americans civil rights. The Congressional Record is cited to show how Democrats supported the Klu Klux Klan. The African-American leaders, children and grandchildren of Booker T. Washington, Martin Luther King and others valiantly set the record straight. The documentary is compelling to watch. However, it is clear that it was produced on a low budget, so the interesting aspects come from its content, not its production values. Also, there are some ethnic slurs, but all of this foul language is rebuked, and the faith of the black community is extolled. This video is the best presentation urging blacks to free themselves from the liberal plantation. It should be shown in every school