This Black Social History is design for the education of all races about Black People Contribution to world history over the past centuries, even though its well hidden from the masses so that our children dont even know the relationship between Black People and the wealth of their history in terms of what we have contributed to make this world a better place for all.
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Saturday, 21 February 2015
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-GERMAN " TYRON RICKETTS " HAS BEEN AN ARTIST IN GERMANY SINCE 1995 AND IS AN ACCOMPLISHED ACTOR, TELEVISION HOST, SPOKES PERSON AND MUSICIAN : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "
Tyron Ricketts has been an artist in Germany since 1995, and is an accomplished actor, television host, spokesperson and musician. He has leading acting credits in over 17 film productions and in 24 separate television series, including as a starring series regular on one of Germany's most highly rated shows. He has been profiled by leading newspapers, industry trades and magazines, and because of his celebrity he was selected to headline a highly promoted racial tolerance initiative by the German government.
His recent starring title role was in the acclaimed, live action short film, The Roar of the Sea. The film was selected by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences among nine other film finalists to compete for inclusion in this years Oscar for best live action short film at the 84th Academy Awards on February 26, 2012.8 In likely his most famous role, Mr.Ricketts' starred for three (3) seasons as detective "Patrick Diego Grimm" in SOKO Leipzig, one of Germany's highest rated television series that boasts an average audience of over five million viewers per episode. The popular crime series that includes both SOKO 5113 and SOKO Leipzig is similar to that of CBS' NCIS: Miami and NCIS: Los Angeles franchise series in the U.S. SOKO Leipzig airs on Germany's national public television broadcaster, ZDF.
To point, Mr. Ricketts' high-profile role of "Detective Grimm" in SOKO Leipzig made him the obvious choice to use his notoriety to lead the German government's highly promoted Respect 2010 campaign for racial tolerance. As an artist in the in the public eye since 1995, Mr. Ricketts has enjoyed sustained interest in his work and has been the focus of numerous articles in notable publications such as Westdeutsch Zeitung, Ex-Berliner, Cast, Playboy, Frau Aktuell, Berliner Morgenpost and many other articles published both in Germany and abroad.
Gina Belafonte, the producer of HB09s documentary, Sing Your Song, that profiled her famous father, has assisted Tyron Ricketts in coming to the US to continue his valuable work also on this side of the ocean.