The Runaway Slave

Boy oh boy, the liberal Hollywood elites do not want people to see this film.  So it is being released by alternate distribution methods to theaters.  I urge everyone to go see it.  The premier has already happened.  Get the DVD (when it comes out) if it is not  playing in your area.

Free At Last? New Documentary, Runaway Slave, Shows How Liberal Agenda Continues To Enslave Black America

LA Premiere of Runaway Slave on MLK weekend offers a revealing look inside the new Underground Railroad and the fight to free black America from economic slavery.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

(Washington, D.C.) – January 1, 2012 – Have blacks in America achieved the dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and become truly “Free at Last?”  A powerful new documentary, Runaway Slave, premiering on January 13th at the Landmark Regent Theater in Los Angeles, CA, tackles this question and exposes the economic slavery of the black community to the ‘progressive,’ big-government policies of the Left.  Herman Cain with many Hollywood celebrities will attend the red carpet event and screening.  Pastor and former NAACP Chapter President C.L. Bryant hosts an in-depth look at the “new underground railroad” through which African Americans are finding freedom from an ingrained cultural acceptance of entitlements and big government.  “There is a 50-year-old lie that has caused an entire people to become slaves to the political idea that government knows what is best.”  Rev. Bryant said. “Runaway Slave will empower black Americans to free themselves from generations of enslavement to a tyrannical economic system.”

Rev. Bryant’s own life provides unique insights into the racial and political issues of the day.  A former chapter president of the Garland, Texas, NAACP, former Democratic activist, and pastor; Bryant had a front row seat to the civil rights movement in the South.

The film features interviews from prominent black conservatives including Herman Cain and Thomas Sowell, as well as activists from all over the country.  It is sure to spark an honest political discussion unlike anything the U.S. has seen in 50 years.  Cain says in the film; “the increasing size and scope of the federal government is the new plantation.”

Rev. Bryant has teamed up with critically-acclaimed Producer Luke Livingston and Director Pritchett Cotten for the making of Runaway Slave. Livingston featured a powerful Tea Party speech by Bryant to provide the inspirational close his 2009 film Tea Party: The DocumentaryFilming and editing for Runaway Slave took a little over a year start to finish.  Shooting took place in many major cities across America, including Israel.

“We are incredibly excited to be a part of this project,” said Matt Kibbe, president of FreedomWorks.  The national grassroots organization is helping support this important film. “Runaway Slave is a film for all Americans.  If you love your country, if you love the ideas that this country was founded on, then you should see this movie.”

The film will be shown in select theaters nationwide following the upcoming premiere at the soon to be announced first ever American Black Conservative Conference in Washington DC.

For more information about Runaway Slave, please visit www.runawayslavemovie.com

About C.L. Bryant:

Reverend C. L. Bryant

C.L. Bryant is a native of Shreveport, La. As the son of a WWII veteran, C.L.’s roots run deep into the Cane River Area of Louisiana.  He has studied western civilization and mortgage finance, and has a master’s degree in Theology.  As a licensed and ordained Baptist minister and pastor of 32 years, C.L. has traveled extensively through the U.S., South America and on missionary journeys in the Amazon.  This former president of the NAACP’s Garland, Texas, chapter, one-time “Democratic Radical” and former host of television’s Focus on Reality (a Golden Cassette Award winner) and numerous radio shows since 1980, now believes the values that he once vehemently upheld has led the black community into a state of bondage to the U.S. government.

Clearly unafraid to talk religion and politics, C.L. is not only a Tea Party Patriot but he is a charter member of the Red River Tea Party and Shreveport/Bossier Tea Party, co-founder of the Desoto Parish Grassroots, founder of the national movement One Nation Back to God (www.onenationbacktoGod.com) and fellow with FreedomWorks in Washington, D.C. Added to this illustrious list of achievements is independent filmmaker of the documentary Runaway Slave, a movie about the race to free the black community from the slavery of progressive policies.  C.L. is a highly sought-after speaker and organizer across the nation for his unique insight on religious, political and racial issues.

C.L. and his wife of 36 years, Jane, have four children and eight grandchildren.

About Runaway Slave

A non-profit project of FreedomWorks Foundation

Writer/Director: Pritchett Cotten

Original Concept: C.L. Bryant

Executive Producer: Luke Livingston

Producer: Beverly Zaslow

Associate Producers: Jessica Levai & Maura Flynn

Run Time: – 112 minutes

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2 Responses to “The Runaway Slave”

  1. one of my favorite talk show guys has been promoting this. David Webb helped make the show, and is strongly against what progressives have done to most Americans. it shouldn’t be just about blacks for people who watch this, but for all Americans. I want to see this one mainly from a curiosity point of view, even though i already know most of what it says.

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