What to Stream During Quarantine



Remarkable. I watched this movie when I woke up this morning. This film, set in Oakland, was written by the Co-Writer of Black Panther, features Ashton Sanders and Jefferey Wright, beautifully takes on the struggle and story of so many young black men from impoverished communities. It achingly takes on race, poverty, joblessness, violence and survival. A favorite quote from this film was, "Slavery taught black people how to survive, but not live." Make some time this Sundee to watch this movie.


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