Racism

Topic of discussion.

Rewind Workingclass

The Working Class Heroes of 2017

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This was a year in which Hollywood reached out into the rest of America to find some of its most compelling heroes.

Mudbound Jason Mitchell

Why Virgil Williams Changed the Ending to ‘Mudbound’

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How Virgil Williams and Dee Rees made a novel into their own Oscar-worthy meditation on race in America.

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You Have No Excuse Not to See ‘Get Out’ in Theaters This Weekend

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I Am Not Your Negro

‘I Am Not Your Negro’ and Why Representation Matters

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James Baldwin wrote about Hollywood’s diversity problem long before #OscarsSoWhite.

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Opportunity: A Cinematic Love Letter to Black Actresses

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“We’re Making It Music.” An Interview with Fences Stars Jovan Adepo and Stephen Henderson

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The Purge and Politics of Poverty

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The Makers of Ghost in the Shell Don’t Seem to Give a F*ck About Whitewashing

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Loving

How the Loving Story Went From Documentary to Unique Biopic

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Jeff Nichols, Ruth Negga, and Joel Edgerton on Remaking the Real