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Posts Tagged with "George Lucas"

Ten days in LA

March 16, 2012

In a Hollywood Reporter article, Spike Lee is quoted: “In 1989, ‘Do the Right Thing’ was not even nominated [for best picture],” said Lee, with some mock outrage. “What film won best picture in 1989? ‘Driving Miss Mother F-ing Daisy!’ That’s why [Oscars] don’t matter,” said Lee. “Because 20 years later, who’s watching ‘Driving Miss Daisy?’”

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Red tails in the sunset

February 8, 2012

“Red Tails,” the new George Lucas film depicting the exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen, is to the history of Black fighter pilots during WWII what a sunset is to a day: It’s pretty to watch but no illumination is forthcoming. However, “Red Tails” is surely a must see.

Hollywood, ‘Red Tails,’ Tuskegee Airmen and MLK Jr.

January 21, 2012

I think George Lucas is a good guy in a notoriously unscrupulous business, trying to do the right thing. Hiring a Black director and writer was the right thing. However, the bottom line is we must build our own studios, networks and social media companies and bring our own money back to our communities now.

Hands off Local 10! Dockworkers sued for solidarity port shutdown

April 13, 2011

“On April 4, when working people across this country demonstrated in solidarity with the Wisconsin state workers, the longshore workers of Local 10 in San Francisco did what they’ve always done … the ports of San Francisco and Oakland were shut down in solidarity … Now the employers’ group … is trying to put an end to workers’ solidarity actions by intimidating the longshore union through a court suit.” – Trent Willis. On Monday, April 25, at 11 a.m., join the mass action to support ILWU Local 10 at the PMA San Francisco headquarters at 555 Market St.

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