Menlo Park Filmmakers

"We Don't Make Excuses ... We Make Movies"


Interns In Action Network

(Topics Include: Human Rights Strategies & Struggles, Racism, White Privilege, Inequality, Wealth Disparities and the Quest for Human Dignity and Justice in America)


* Are You An Innovator ... A Revolutionary ... A Rebel ... Or Perhaps Just A Person Who Wants To Change The World?

* Do You Think African Americans Today Deserve Reparations For 300 Years Of Slavery, Plunder And Jim Crow Laws?

* Would You Like To Team Up With Other Like Minded Thinkers To Help Solve Some Of America's Biggest Challenges?

* Are You Truly Inspired By An Unbridled Culture Of Taking Action ... Rather Than Waiting On Others To Do Something?

* If So, Welcome To Interns In Action Network ... Where We Truly Value Your Commitment To America & Social Justice!


Your Mission ... Should You Decide To Except It ... will be to identify obstacles, challenges and problems faced by African Americans today, specifically related to Human Rights, Racism, White Privilege, Inequality And Wealth Disparities in America, and using an interdisciplinary team approach, identify potential solutions to help overcome these obstacles, challenges and problems, and work to eradicate them as quickly and as efficiently as possible.

Realizing and Understanding ... that there is a solution for every obstacle, challenge and problem ... we will surround these obstacles, challenges and problems with an enormously talented, interdisciplinary team of young interns, students and researchers capable of enormously potential ideas and solutions.

Our Mission: Interns In Action Network is an interdisciplinary research and teaching community dedicated to the study of Human Rights Violations, Racism, White Privilege, Inequality and Wealth Disparities in America.

Our Work: The central focus of our work is the identification and analysis of barriers, both strategic, institutional, and barriers relational to conflict and the development of strategies to overcome these barriers. Bringing scholars, Interns and students together, from across the nation, to provide a rich environment for interdisciplinary dialogue, collaboration and exploration.

Ultimately ... We Are Documentary Filmmakers ... On A Mission To Change The World!

Chronicling the journey ... contributions, resilience and legacy of African American People, History and Culture, From A Rich, Vibrant and Thriving Culture in Africa, of Family, Music, Food, Dance, Religion and Forgiveness, to becoming "The Most Hated Group of People in the Modern World", as Cornel West, Professor of African American Studies and Religion describes African Americans today.

We will seek to pull back the covers on how this unlikely and disgusting phenomenon transpired, how Black people, over time and generations, have gotten 'derailed' ... and, most importantly, what needs to happen in America now in order for Black folks to get back on a healthy track to fair and equal prosperity in America.

And, in addition, some potential outcomes, for continuing to 'kick the can down the road' by ignoring the problem any longer.

If you would like to get involved ... or perhaps you just want to stay up to date with what's going on at the Interns In Action Network ... please subscribe to our Free Monthly Newsletter today.


"Change Will Not Come If We Wait For Some Other Person Or Some Other Time. We Are The Ones We've Been Waiting For. We Are The Change That We Seek." - Barack Obama

* Interns In Action Network *

Building A Solid Case For Reparations In America

(Based On International Human Rights Violations)

* Rep - a - ra - tions: The Act Of Making Amends or Giving Satisfaction For A Wrong Or Injury

(For Example: Crimes Against Humanities, Human Rights Violations or Perhaps The Enslavement And Murder Of Millions Of African American People)


Do You Mind If I Ask You A Quick Question?
Do You Think African Americans in America Today, Deserve Reparations For Over 300 Years of Brutal And Shameless, Government Sanctioned Slavery, Jim Crow Laws, Red Lining and Segregation which Resulted in the Senseless, Brutal, Vicious and Inhumane Slaughter, Plunder, Rape and Murder of Millions And Millions of Innocent African American People?

"Until America Reckons With The Moral Debt It Has Accrued ... And The Damage It Has Done To Generations Of African Americans ... Racial Divide Will Continue To Be An Issue In America ... Forever."

Come Join Our National Movement To Help End Racism In America Forever ...

And To Improve Human Rights & Social Justice For All Americans.

* Interns In Action Network Opportunities - Coming Soon! *

* Now Is The Time To Let Your Voice Be Heard *

* Interns * Civil Rights Activist * Web Designers * Writers * Artists * Actors * Fundraiser's * Human Rights Lawyers * African American Historians * Researchers


* Urgent Call To Action *

10 Things You Can Do Right Now To Help Support Our Cause:
1. Reach Out And Tell A Friend About Us Today
6. Visit Our Booth In Washington DC Sept 24th 2016
2. Please Post To Your Favorite Social Media Website
7. Please Create And Post Short Video's About Us
3. Give A Small or Large Donation To Support Us
8. Please Speak To Your Class or Church About Us
4. Join The Interns In Action Network Right Now
9. Please Write And Post Short Articles About Us
5. Complete A Short Survey On Our Website Today
10. Please Ask Others To Donate To Our Cause


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