Apr 01, 2011 · Fear of a Black Republican: Directed by Kevin Williams. With Edward Brooke, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Ann Coulter. A personal look at Black Republicans and the lack of a Two-Party Political System in Urban America.
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After working on many projects such as A Beautiful Mind, Signs and Jersey Girl, Kevin directed and co-produced the documentary feature film, Fear of A Black Republican. His upcoming film, Rebel Song, looks at a middle-aged American Celtic Rock band and the music inspired by the Irish Republican Army.
Fear of a Black Republican Photos View All Photos (10) Movie Info The filmmaker explores the phenomenon of minority Republicans in urban areas. Genre: Drama, History, Documentary Original Language:...
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Independent filmmaker Kevin J. Williams takes a non-partisan journey over four years and two Presidential Elections to find out why there are so few Black Republicans and what that means for the future of the Two-Party Political System in America. Directors Kevin J. Williams Starring Michael Steele, Mitt Romney, Tavis Smiley Genres Special Interest
FEAR OF A BLACK REPUBLICAN is about white filmmaker Kevin Williams and his journey to discover why the Republican Party doesn’t resonate with African Americans in urban areas. Kevin interviews political leaders, activists, professors, Democrats, and Republicans to find why most blacks stopped voting for Republicans.
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Summaries. A personal look at Black Republicans and the lack of a Two-Party Political System in Urban America. Examines why there are so few Black Republicans and how this affects the U.S. political system. Beginning in his hometown of Trenton, NJ, filmmaker Kevin Williams journeys over four years and two Presidential Elections to find out if ...
Oct 13, 2012 · Kevin J. Williams’ documentary feature film, Fear of a Black Republican, tackles some simple questions: Why are there not more African Americans in, or voting for, the Republican party and does the Republican party even want that to change? The answers the film uncovers may (or may not) surprise you, but I’ll admit that I, for one, was unaware of many of historical background that resulted with Republicans garnering only 10% of the African American vote.