Black History Month || Film to See: I Am Not Your Negro


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Every year since 1976 the United States has observed Black History Month. Today’s policy, news and activist movements are weighted in the conversation around and experience of race in America. As part of our observance of Black History Month we will be publishing information and recommendations of film, music, books, lectures, and events that shed light, tell story, inspire action, open doors and influence the conversation of race in America.  We will not stop on February 28th, as the conversation should not stop on February 28th, but we hope this dedicated time will be influential and informative. 

This year, for the first time in history, four black directors have received nominations for best documentary feature film at the Oscars. The three films: I Am Not Your Negro, 13th, and O.J.:Made in America. Darcie and D.C. Jim saw the film I Am Not Your Negro at the Esquire Theatre in Denver.

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