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Hidden Colors: Plot: The Untold History Of People Of Aboriginal, Moor, and African Descent is a 2011 documentary film by producer and New York Times best selling author Tariq Nasheed. Hidden Colors is about the real and untold history of people of color around the globe. The film goes into some of the reasons why the contributions of African and aboriginal people have been left out of the pages of history. The film makers travelled around the country talking to scholars, historians, and social commentators who uncovered facts about things such as: *The original image of Christ *The true story about the Moors *The original people of Asia *The great west African empires *The presence of Africans in America before Columbus *The real reason slavery was ended And much more.

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Released: April 14, 2011
Genres: Documentary
Countries: USA
Director: Tariq Nasheed
Actors: No Famous Actors

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Posted by 9484810 2 months ago
100% Useful

Loved this documentary, seriously!

Posted by bubbzy13 3 months ago
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this is amazing MUST WATCH

Posted by 718 4 months ago
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I Have this on DVD and i have part 2 both are a great watch.

Posted by kdillar6 6 months ago
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They simply connected the dots that I had already had knowledge of. This documentary was amazing, simply amazing. Finally someone gives the forbidden missing history lesson that puts the puzzle pieces together and truly makes sense.

Posted by mj3150 2 years, 1 month ago
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its a good watch with some things people should research for them self and learn. Booker t coleman is a great educator and thanks to tariq for this doc, I'll be watching this again.

Posted by NoJustice_NoPeace 2 years, 1 month ago
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I mean . . . there are some compelling arguments put forth here. But from what I know of Asian cultures, which is very limited, the black faces depicted in drawings and paintings are the characters wearing masks. But overall it raises some interesting doubts to the purely Western version of history. 7/10

Posted by orangeskimask 2 years, 1 month ago
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This is a good doc; 3/5. For supplemental viewing I would also suggest watching a doc on a man named John Henrik Clark, a master historian on African History--which is world history; It is incredible.

Posted by jamandkiss 2 years, 1 month ago
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An absolutely enlightening documentary. Precious jewels were dropped on this one.

Posted by bsimon11 10 months ago
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need hidden colors 2 up here is it at all possible!!

Posted by TheDeliciousBrain 2 years, 1 month ago
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Impressive... It's Deliciously good if you haven't seen it you should.

Posted by nicobjorn 1 year, 1 month ago
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Wake up call !!!! 10/10

Posted by ToadL 2 years, 1 month ago
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Buddha was black alright, Beethoven's momma was black ok,Jesus was black, fine. But let us not forget... Lando Calrissian was black... and That's something we can all be proud of.

Posted by andrefeleci 2 years, 1 month ago
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LOVE THE INFO GIVEN, I FEEL LIKE A QUEEN.... AND NOT BECAUSE I SHOULD... BUT BECAUSE I KNOW THAT IS WHO I REPRESENT.... KINGS & QUEENS!!!!

Posted by jay201 11 months ago
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EVERYBODY PLZZZZ SHOW THIS YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

Posted by jellyfish_kmt 1 year ago
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This is the most popular historically accurate film on the market. Please be warned this does not flow with the status quo. However, this is a great film. When a child is told that Santa does not exist he or she rejects it. Then as a child grows, he do away with childish things. This movie is simply saying that the world is not flat. 10/10

Posted by JonWright 1 year, 10 months ago
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This documentary is best historical depiction of blacks locally and globally. It provides the viewer with a deeper understanding of the social issues and stigmas the general population is burden with daily. It also touches on Caucasian/World History little known facts that haven't as of late been mention. However, this movie is not a tell all. It simply present research to further research. Its not a movie to watch with your emotions. Simply put, it answers the question:"who are those people we now call black?". And in conclusion, this movie provide blacks with what the panel thinks is the best solutions for blacks to solve their own problems.

Posted by souljrr 2 years, 1 month ago
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I am confused. I believe and doubt some info, only because I have been taught the knowledge on certain topics to believe otherwise. P.S. Jesus is a sham.

Posted by bbtotten 2 years, 1 month ago
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In a word . . . enlightening. I was glad to hear all the speakers using the term European the majority of the time. Because I am A white man who is regularly confused with THE white man. To be clear I'm a 28 year old tech school student sitting on a massive amount of debt, barely able to feed himself some days if at all. I do not control anyone or anything. So I am not the oppressor. The European colonialists/imperialists were, but not me. Please don't hate me for the crimes of my ancestors and the color of my skin, neither of which I can do anything about. I never knew them and wouldn't defend them. Anyway, I found the section on Asia really cool. The rest is just as chock full of historical insight, but the bit about Bodhidharma being black blew my mind. As a Buddhist (though struggling) Bodhidharma is a very important figure in the transmission of the dharma. Him being black put a few more pieces in place. Give it a watch.

Posted by jbreez06 1 month ago
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I personally own part 1 2 & 3, and this is a really good Documentary

Posted by JUJUBES 6 months ago ( Edited 6 months ago )
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Regardless the color of skin, ALL historians take what little (physical) historical information and theorize. I enjoyed this documentary even though at times I found myself shaking my head at statements claiming to be factual with no supporting evidence. Historians always do this and because most people are sheep they never challenge the information presented. Human beings want to believe what they want to believe and when it sounds legit it must be? It must be because it's on TV? Well I couldn't swallow the whole pill this time. Good watch filled with a lot of interesting topics.

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