Pam Grier

Uncut Funk By Josiah Howard

“Bad, Black and Bountiful: The Museum Of UnCut Funk Looks Back at the Blaxploitation Film Genre”. At one time the images were omnipresent: on TV,

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Roger Corman’s Cult Classics

The history of the cinema is dotted with “a-star-is-born” films: James Cagney in “Public Enemy,” Boris Karloff in “Frankenstein,” Sylvester Stallone in “Rocky,” Robert De

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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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Who Is The HCIC?

Who Is The HCIC? (Head Curator In Charge) That would be me, “Sista ToFunky”. I am a starchild of the 1970’s. I love everything about

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Where Are They Now!!!

The 1970s produced the film genre that would become known as ‘Blaxploitation’. These films were made specifically with an urban Black audience in mind. These movies

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