New York Noir: The History of Black New York Trailer

New York Noir: The History of Black New York Trailer (2009)

06 January 2009 Factual 50 mins

This critically acclaimed film examines the history of New York's African-American citizens and culture from the early 1600s through today. Featured are segments on civil rights, politics, business, military heroes, the Harlem Renaissance and much more. Above all else, the film honors and pays tribute to the many great contributions African-Americans have made to New York the nation and indeed, the world.

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Cast

Ken Grimbal

as Narrator

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 06 January 2009

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