Emancipation Revelation Revolution
Is an award-winning documentary that looks at the battle over civil rights and the role that both political parties have played in it. The battle has always been about freedom and still is.
What happens to black Americans who choose to leave the liberal plantation on the underground railroad of self-determination and true empowerment? They are no longer judged by the color of their skin… but by the content of their character…
And the judgement is harsh.
“Reparations: Who Should Pay?”(26 min.)
Order the new ERR with bonus sequel “Reparations: Who Should Pay?”
“Do These Black Lives Matter?” (17 min.)
What People are Saying
“Without question I believe ERR to be one of the most quintessential documentaries of factual historical relevance produced in my life time. “In a day and time when the overwhelming majority of Americans are blissfully ignorant of the factual history of Black involvement in our two party system; ERR reveals clearly and specifically that which the whitewashing of history has denied so many. “It encourages dialogue and retrospection on a level heretofore not seen. ERR should not only be mandatory viewing, but it deserves a place in every home in America.”
– Mychal Massie
“Your film is AWESOME; divinely inspired and destined to change America. WOW! Thank you for making it. It had to be a tremendous amount of work. Only God could give you the grace and passion to see it through to completion. I feel honored to know you. I’ve informed 2 radio talk show hosts friends about you and your film. I’ll do whatever I can to promote it.”
-- God Bless, Lloyd Marcus
ERR premiered at the Liberty Film Festival in 2005, announced by Liberty Film Festival founder, Govidini Murty, with speeches from, Ted Hayes, Larry Elder, Jason Apuzzo, and words from filmmakers Nina May, and Tricia Erickson, and Gloria Jackson, actor LeCount Holmes, radio talkshow host Jesse Peterson, singer Adam Brown, and author Mason Weaver.