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All Films Matter: The Birth of a Nation and the Vilification of Black Feminism

Before you read this, there are two things you should know: I paid to see The Birth of a Nation. I reviewed it. I liked it. I wish more people had seen it. I believe Nate Parker is a despicable human being. I don’t believe those two facts negate each other. Intelligent people understand that […]
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Don’t Want to Support Birth of a Nation? Watch Charles Burnett’s Nat Turner Movie Instead.

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