The documentary The Sixties: The Long March to Freedom traces the origins and the evolution of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. It discusses the sacrifices, the political bargain, and the success made along the way.
The book "Good Strategy/Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why it Matters" by Richard P. Rumelt, Crown Business, 2011 presents a discussion about the strategies chosen by the leaders to direct their organization in government, business, or in public sectors.
This film by Haile Gerima fuses concepts of time and space to transport the protagonist, Mona, and the viewers through the terrible torment that was the Maafa, the African Holocaust. Sankofa, an Akan symbol, means that to understand the present and "move forward" one must reclaim the past.
The task of this research paper is to analyze how the literary techniques were used in some particular film. This task is going to show how good we have learned these techniques and whether we can apply them to practice.