The first half of the game begins with a video montage of scenes from the history of black people and the experiences of slavery.
It then features scenes from The Black City Walls exhibition at the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC.
The second half of this game starts with a montage that features scenes of African-Americans and their contributions to America’s civil rights movement.
The first segment features scenes taken from the film A Black Man’s Guide to American Freedom.
The third segment of the video, which starts with footage from the exhibit, features clips from the HBO documentary Black Agenda Report and the film The Black Body.
The fourth segment features clips of footage of the Harlem Shake, which was a major protest in New York City in 1991, and the protest against police brutality in Baltimore in 2014.
It also features footage of a protester who died after being pepper sprayed during protests.
During the first half, a narrator, a young black man named Paul, narrates the footage.
Paul explains that in the 1950s, black people were not only oppressed, but they were killed.
Black men were beaten and beaten by police, and police were beating up black people.
Paul then shows clips from his childhood.
Paul’s first scene shows him playing basketball in the school yard and learning about black culture, including the African American religious beliefs, which he then learns about from a local minister.
Paul talks about how his family has always had problems with police brutality.
After hearing this story, the narrator continues with the story of Paul and his family.
The narrator then shows footage of Paul as a child, where he watches an old African American mother and her two children being brutally beaten by a white police officer.
The police officer then says to Paul, “Now I want you to remember me, because I’m going to beat you again.
Paul is then shown clips from a school shooting in the 1960s, where black students were shot and killed.
He is shown being arrested for the same crime in a school cafeteria.
Paul is shown having a dream of becoming a police officer and learning how to shoot.
Paul then gets arrested and charged with murder.
He then sees footage of himself being beaten by an officer.
He learns that his family members are now dead, and that he was wronged by the police.
Paul is shown how to survive being an accused murderer, and how he learns about his family history, including being the only black person in the family to be executed for a crime they didn’t commit.
Paul’s story ends with a scene of him being arrested, charged, and ultimately convicted.
Paul was acquitted of the murder of his mother and brother.
The second segment of video concludes with a clip of a black man, identified as Paul, who has been shot in the head.
Paul walks into the police station to ask for help.
A police officer asks Paul if he has a gun.
Paul says that he has, but he says that the officer won’t let him take it because he is not black.
Paul asks to see the gun.
The narrator then tells the story about the Black Body exhibition at National Museum, and tells Paul, as the narrator tells his story, “It’s like watching the game with black people in the middle.”
Paul is then led into a room with a wall of photographs of black bodies.
The room is set up with a large poster of black faces with the words, “Black Body: The Forgotten History.”
The poster says, “There is no story like this in history, and there is no way to tell it.”
The narrator ends the video with a quote from the famous movie The Black Man, which reads, “The greatest struggle in America is the struggle of the white man against the black man.”