Larry Elder   Walter Williams   Bevelyn Beatty   Glenn Loury   Wilfred Reilly   Brandon Tatum   Robert Woodson   Niger Innis   Kmele Foster  narrated by Carbon Mike

The Democrats’ politicization of race… and how Black people are fighting back

Martin Durkin’s provocative feature-length documentary film on the politics of race in America, the surprising history of its weaponization for political gain, and the Black Americans who are fighting back.

Durkin has obtained interviews from some of the most outstanding thinkers active today to discuss this complex issue and to shed much needed light on its past and present, and hopefully help change the course of political discourse, as a key group —regarded by some as political pawns— is beginning to refuse to be used. 

Interviewees include: Larry Elder, Professor Walter Williams, Bevelyn Beatty, Professor Glenn Loury, Dr. Wilfred Reilly, Brandon Tatum, Robert Woodson, Niger Innis, Kmele Foster.



and many more coming soon.



In GREAT AMERICAN RACE GAME, British film director Martin Durkin plunges into the shark-infested waters of American race-politics and explores its long and obfuscated history.

There is still racial bigotry in America, as there is elsewhere in the world. It is a terrible thing, and should be exposed and condemned.  But there are political forces in America who have gone –in little over a century— from the party of overt and active racism, to the party pandering to racial issues (while exacerbating them), to a party who has created an image of itself as the only righteous defenders of the downtrodden —which they’ve defined as all non-White people.  Worse still, this political ideology has  not only been able to create an atmosphere where criticism of it or its policies is seen by many as racist in origin, but by reducing all the complexities of governance to race, is behaving in the same ways it did a hundred years ago: unabashedly racist.

America has moved far into left field from Dr. King’s prescription that people should be judged by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin.  This film provides some facts and perspective to help correct course.

Documentary  2021  80 Mins.  United Kingdom   Written & Directed by Martin Durkin

HD   1920×1080   © 2021 Fast Car Films

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