Built largely from forgotten footage made decades ago, The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 shows these years of black struggle through the eyes of a Swedish film team.
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The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 is made up of cobbled together footage shot by a Swedish film team visiting America to document the black struggle. At the opening of the film, it is made clear that the documentary is meant not to display the entire black struggle, but only to show parts of it through the eyes of a foreign team. The film consists primarily of interviews conducted by the curious team, interspersed with commentary from the filmmakers themselves. Adding to this footage is commentary taken from figures such as Talib Kweli, who were shown the footage and allowed to give their opinion on what they saw. Much of the filmmakers' attention is taken by the the effort of whites to keep blacks in poverty, along with an attempt to understand the exact motives and goals of the Black Panther party.
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