Deconstructing Game Design - Brother Hood by Business & Technology Academy
This episode of the CEN Show features Brother Hood explaining the methods used to get everyone hooked on video games. He is an educator and researcher who has put together a great presentation on what the strategies are and how they get us so engaged in these games. Topics include understanding game psychology and how children can be triggered into a cycle of addiction in games if exposed too early in with the wrong type of video games. It also includes panel commentary and group discussions on gaming and other issues concerning this new generation of games and trends and statistics that are generating wealth for these gaming companies. Video Montage https://youtu.be/lzsQ28ynN4U
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Negro Colleges (1944) by Business & Technology Academy
Education and training of African Americans as part of the World War II effort. Shotlist: Needed for war production, African-Americans are shown being trained and educated at traditionally Black colleges. African-American soldiers and sailors in uniform on campus. Aircraft flying classes. African-American students and scientists in laboratories. African-American women taking an automotive repair class are shown changing a car tire. Unusual footage of African-American women in laboratories, engineering study and other science/technical fields; also farm management. African-Americans involved in the study of agricultural production and animal husbandry are shown. Study of meteorology, the chemistry of explosives, medicine, radio communications, surveying and topography.
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With No One To Help Us (1961) by Business & Technology Academy
A low-key, straightforward piece about the attempts of poor black neighborhood women on welfare to organize a buying club, due to overpricing of items to welfare recipients. This film is basically a long video showing some of the group's meetings and discussions. Does not appear to have been scripted. Narration is by one of the women on the committee. Seems vaguely sanitized, but when the black women enter a warehouse staffed by largely white men you can feel a subtle hint of tension. Hints of resistance and resentfulness on the parts of the store owners to the strange idea of bulk buying. The film ends on a sentimental note with images of children, and a voiceover hoping that children do not end up in poverty and having to collect welfare in the future.
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Civil Rights Movement in the North by Business & Technology Academy
Rare footage never seen before compiled by news organizations and other agencies documenting the struggle during the summer of 1963 in Chicago, New Jersey and other northern cities. Includes footage of Malcom X and other leaders during this time.
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Teddy 1971 by Business & Technology Academy
Presents the experiences of a teenage African American, who relates his views of the System, war, revolution, the Watts community of Los Angeles, the Black Panther Party and the police. The importance of the discussion is the necessity of being one's own self. Director: Richard Wells. Editor: Andrew Stein. Photographer: Robert Grant. Sound: Wendell Handy. Assistant Camera: Clifford Stewart. Production Manager: Edward Kutner. Assistant Production Manager: Gene Kopp. Executive Producer: George Schlosser. Producer: Peter Schnitzler. Shotlist: Presents the experiences of a teenage black, relating his views of the system, showing his relationship with the church, school, society, drugs and community self-help programs. Tells of war, revolution, Watts, the Black Panthers and the police. Concludes with the idea of being one's self. Negro youth United States African Americans Teenagers Adolescence Commissioned by UCLA Institute of Mental Health
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Mr. Johnson Goes To School (Silent Film) by Business & Technology Academy
Silent film documenting life in the 1930s. Aspiring preachers and pastors had to be educated on how to teach christianity. Organized schools where church leaders were bused into a place to receive guidance and blessings from white leaders of the christian church during that time. Another fascinating look back in time.
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First Contact - Papua New Guinea by Business & Technology Academy
This documentary video shows footage when gold explorers first visited the mountains of Papau-New Guinea. These indigenous people were unknown to the outside world and this documentary takes us back to actual tribal footage from the early beginnings and follows the people as they reflect on films from when explorers first arrived. Fascinating look back in time at how colonists made first contact in remote areas of the world. Facts: Rich in gas, gold and copper, Papua New Guinea is also one of the world's least developed countries. Most of the population lives in remote communities that can be only be reached by aircraft or on foot. Oil, gas and mining account for almost 30% of the country's gross domestic product. Thanks for visiting and supporting this channel. All donations help to provide new content and educational information. Donations: CASHAPP:$TECHBROHOOD Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/LHood
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Conscious Corner Podcast - Heritage of the Negro (Presentation) by Business & Technology Academy
This episode of Conscious Corner Podcast takes a look at the work of Dr. John Henry Clark in a rare 28 minute documentary. A historian and master teacher who discusses the history of the word negro and its effect on the social development of the african american people. The show was originally broadcast in 1965. This episode begins with a brief presentation by Brotha Hood followed by a discussion with host Professor Rahh and historian Joe Hembrick. It also includes panel guests with social commentary. This video includes critical reflection and history of the word negro as a social construct. Download my free BookList referenced in the video https://ift.tt/F7jD3wg Check for more episodes here: https://ift.tt/Z1Inckb Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this program are those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of any entities they represent.
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