Harlem Homegrown: Election Day Special!

Slap the Donkey

Dir. Edward J. Harris, 2009, 79 min.

Narrated by actor Danny Glover, "Slap the Donkey" takes a critical look at Black politics at the start of the 21st century while tracking Al Sharpton's 2004 bid for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States of America. The documentary features commentary from various members of the Democratic Party such as George McGovern and Sen. Joe Lieberman as well as well known figures in the African American community such as Dr. Cornel West, Dr. Ron Daniels, and Herb Boyd.

Q&A with dir. Edward J. Harris and Executive Producer and Comedian Doug E. Doug and Election Returns viewing party sponsored by Sugar Hill Ale!

In Celebration of Black History Month: The Black West

Dir. William Miles, 1993, 90 min.

The Black West, narrated by Danny Glover presents the story of African Americans in the U.S. West in the late nineteenth century.

In Conversation: Filmmakers Nina Rosenblum & William Miles & Writer Dennis Watlington