Tariq Nasheed, also known as Tariq Elite, is a young black author, documentary film producer, media personality, satirist, Internet radio host, relationship expert, and social commentator, focusing on the psychology of dating and African American social history. Tariq is profound, and dare I say one of a kind as his works explore the hidden history of African America people. If you have not purchased your copy of the DVD’s or seen them – it is a must!
In the attached interviews, I think he speaks profoundly about the subject of black history, or as we say Real Talk, on topics both current and past. This message is only comparable to the documentary movies Hidden Colors. Nasheed produced the 2011 documentary film Hidden Colors, on the history of African and aboriginal peoples. The film had a limited theatrical release around the United States before being made available on DVD. Nasheed’s follow-up film and DVD, Hidden Colors 2: The Triumph of Melanin, was released in 2012. Support this man and hear the truth about the history of black people because the Hollywood depictions are lies!
Tariq Nasheed the following interview he discusses creating Hidden Colors, Group Economics, America’s Prison System, Police Brutality. In Part 2 of this interview, Tariq Nasheed talks about his thoughts on George Zimmerman, overcoming poverty, and he also gives gems to aspiring writers on how he got his writing career off the ground. I am proud of the young brother, his work, and the collection of supporting scholars who help narrate the historic documentaries. And that’s my thought provoking perspective…
Please watch the interviews and listen to the truth he speaks.