A couple of months ago, my review of Detroit opined the failure to keep the eyes of the audience on the black narrative and, instead, found it’s gaze concentrated on the white Detroit police officers at the center of the film’s…

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On this episode of the Reel World Theology Podcast: We are talking about a film that is even more monumental and historic than the fact we have reached 50 episodes of this show. That film is Selma. With an incredibly…

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My snow covered boots hit the tiled floors of Stephen A. Foster Elementary’s main hallway, and a couple African-American students ran past me, followed by a Hmong-American student.  I laughed as they skidded by and the voice of Ms. Bialecki,…

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The new Civil Rights drama from Ava DuVernay, Selma, starring David Oyelowo as Martin Luther King Jr., is set for a wide release this weekend after a limited release in December.  The movie has not been without its controversy since…

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