This week on Lessons From the Screen we will be looking at the Independence Day Project, a documentary film that seeks to change the way Black People look at our struggle for equality. It does this by shifting the narrative away from all the problems we face at the hands of White Supremacy and plants the narrative directly on the Black Community and things we can do now to change our situation. The film looks at 10 areas of human activity and gives us a little something to swallow and ponder on all of them. As usual we will look at this film, likes, dislikes, and its potential impact In this episode of Lessons from the Screen.
Ending off Black History Month with a bang is always an interesting subject simply because it’s rarely done. After the first week of February the heritage designation because even more invisible with award shows and championship games. With all that being said, we are going to try to end this Black History Month off with an outstanding project that’s different from most anything else we’ve seen associated with Black People and our fight for Equality. After years of work, Professor Carl Tone Jones premiered his Independence Day Project to the world in Philadelphia on the 18th of this February. A documentary that ask 2 questions essentially, what does an independant Black Community look like, and how do we get there.
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