#180 – BlacKkKlansman and Dealing With Our History

#180 – BlacKkKlansman and Dealing With Our History

On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast:
We talk for a very long time about how good a movie BlacKkKlansman is and what it can teach us about our past and our present. How do movies about racism in America direct our conversations socially, culturally, and as Christians? Are movies that point out the disparity among different races doing more harm than good? What does it mean to be dedicated to social justice in a politically polarized world? We scratch the surface…
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Reel World Theology #180 – BlacKkKlansman and Dealing With Our History
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This episode’s panel included Emmanuel Noisette and JR Forasteros:
Emmanuel Noisette (@EmansReviews)
Eman’s Movie Reviews
JR Forasteros (@jrforasteros)
ORDER: Empathy for the Devil
Podcast Notes and Links:
Reel World Theology Discussion Group
BlacKkKlansman at IMDB
BlacKkKlansman at Rotten Tomatoes
BlacKkKlansman at Metacritic
Here’s What You Need to Know About BlacKkKlansman at The Movie Blog
BlacKkKlansman, Charlottesville, and Black Power at Norville Rogers
Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman draws a Ham-Fisted Line From White Supremacy Past to it’s Present at Vox
BlacKkKlansman Review at Every Movie Has a Lesson
BlacKkKlansman Fact Check at The Wrap

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