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Anthem



 
Marlon T. Riggs 1991 9 min. USA
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Marlon Riggs' experimental music video politicizes the homoeroticism of African-American men. With images--sensual, sexual and defiant--and words intended to provoke, Anthem reasserts the "self-evident right" to life and liberty in an era of pervasive anti-gay, anti-Black backlash and hysterical cultural repression.

See also Tongues Untied, Affirmations and No Regret (No, Je Ne Regrette Rien)


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