What Black Men Think

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Director Janks Morgan asks viewers to question everything they ever thought they know about black men in America with this documentary that aims to destroy the predominant myths, stereotypes, and misperceptions perpetuated in the media by examining how the government, the media, and special interest groups have formed a symbiotic relationship which permits them to marginalize black men in contemporary society. While the triumphs of the Civil Rights movement of the early-1960s led many African-Americans to hold out hope for a brighter, more informed future, the subsequent misinformation spread about black men in particular has prompted serious concern amongst such outspoken activists as Dr. Shelby Steele, Alvin Poussaint, and Dr. John MnWhorter - each of whom sit down to offer their unguarded opinions on the matter in a series of intimate and illuminating interviews.

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  • An excellent alternative to the mainstream propaganda which would have us internalize the worst beliefs about an unfairly maligned segment of society. Guaranteed to generate quality conversation about the direction of African-Americana.

    Jul 20, 2009 | Rating: 4/4 | Full Review…

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