October 2011

Blaxploitation And Kung Fu

The year 1973 marked the beginning of the one-two combination of Blaxploitation and Kung Fu. It happened when taekwondo champion Jim Kelly appeared in Bruce

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Blaxploitation And Sports

  Some of the greatest moments in sports history happened during the 1970‘s, like the New York Knickerbockers winning the NBA championship. Hopefully they will

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Blaxploitation And Pop Culture

  Blaxploitation Meets Urban Culture Aqua Teen Hunger Force – Cartoon Network Hip And Happening Adult Swim’s “Aqua Teen Hunger Force” series has a character

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Blaxploitation Iconography

Iconography… What’s That!!! Blaxploitation Iconography refers to the iconic images of Black popular culture in film during the Blaxploitation movement of the 1970‘s.

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Battle Of The Beauties

The Women of Blaxploitation The Black Movie Boom of the 1970’s created jobs for young Black actresses and introduced new talents such as Pam Grier,

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Thunder Soul

This Friday marks the release of Jamie Foxx’s executive produced music documentary titled ‘Thunder Soul.’ The docu-pic follows the alumni from Houston’s acclaimed 1970’s Kashmere

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Afrodisiac

The Museum of UnCut Funk is thrilled that Jim Rugg shared some of the art from his Afrodisiac graphic novel with us.

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