A dedicated black teacher, suspicious of her star black pupil, brings his white parents into her plan to prevent any violence at the school, thus raising unsettling questions.
Spike Lee’s classic Do the Right Thing was released 30 years ago but seems as relevant today. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
It’s a terrific miniseries. Click the title to read my entire review.
This movie has its flaws, but it still is an inspiring true story of a Klansman and an African-American activist slowly forging a friendship. Click the movie title to read Ed’s review.
Places in the Heart, set in 1930s Texas, is the story of a black field hand helping a widowed white produce a successful cotton harvest, ending with an unusual Communion service.
The life of teacher/preacher Howard Thurman is explored, with emphasis upon his influence on MLK, Jr. & other Civil Rights activists.
Every American should see this movie. Click the title to read my entire review.
An insightful, immersive film set in Oakland, California. Click the image to read my review.
As the black Cassius Green rises in the world of telemarketing dominated by whites he is tempted to sell out his friends, and then he makes a horrible discovery.
I give this film 5 out of 5 stars. Click the image to read my entire review.