When it comes to the criminal justice system, do blacks really get a fair shake? The ladies tackle the difficult dilemma of how to protect ourselves and our children from racial profiling, gun violence and disparities in the judicial system. 'Is it really justice or just us?'
Kaufman chooses Pete for the administration training program.
A bearded hippie and a clean-cut snob clash over their differing viewpoints on every subject, but they are both good athletes.
A Jewish woman with no college background arrives at Whitman High to teach.
The friendly cop on the beat is replaced by a tough no nonsense one who causes nothing but tension at the school.
Julia's beaus vie for her favor. When one appears to have an edge, the other resorts to trickery to even the romantic odds.
Corey insists he's seen a green man with antennae.
Julia searches for a stand-in father to attend Corey's club meeting.
Julia tussles with stubborn pride when she tries to help the Gomez family and their sick child. The father refuses charity at a free clinic, so Julia puts the couple to work as a gardener and nurse's aide.
A Vietnam veteran who returns to the police force with hardline ideas about dealing with the enemy - in this case, dissident ghetto residents has a dehumanizing effect from war time.
Madness and terror in the desert: Pete, Linc and Julie are trapped in a rat-infested mine; prisoners of a man crazed by the war death of his son.
In this comedy, deep hidden secrets surface, conflicting views arise, passions boil over, tempers flare, and a baby is born. All spawning from...The Great Divide.
Hosted by Omari Hardwick, ABFF Independent is a showcase of popular and award winning films from the American Black Film Festival (ABFF). This episode takes a look back at the moments that define, inspire and endure today. Titles: Daughter of Fortune, Familiar Fruit, Emmett, Wolf Call, Into Forgetfulness, The Collegians
ABFF Independent is a showcase of popular and award winning independent shorts and documentaries from the American Black Film Festival (ABFF). Unapologetically Black, the films in this episode don't need any explaining. Stories and perspectives rarely seen, tell it like it is about Black life. These filmmakers are dedicated to bringing these truths to light... and the unique experiences that prove Black Stories Matter.
Perfectionist Nandi seems to have the New South African Dream life within her grasp, black female partner in a major firm, marriage, the perfect house - but it all goes up in flames a few months before the wedding. With her friends Zaza and Princess, Nandi will have to find out what truly makes her happy and then fight to get it.
Parker, a successful advice columnist, and her best friend Aaron have been inseparable since childhood. She knows everything about him, including the fact that he doesn't love his fiancé. Desperate for help, Parker pens an anonymous letter to her own column asking for advice. Unexpectedly, she learns about her own feelings instead.
Six kids means six times the love. The McGhee family celebrates Valentine's Day with a party aimed at making everyone feel special.
Wonder why dating is so hard? Remember what it was like when you were dating? Well, join the comedians as they illustrate the awkward road map to dating.