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’13th’ Explores the Stark Realities of American Racism (FILM REVIEW)

Filmmaker Ava DuVernay crafts a powerful narrative that forces all Americans to confront our racist past and racist present. The post ’13th’ Explores the Stark Realities of American Racism (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magaz...
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