A Black Man’s Review of White Boy Summer

White boys don’t need to brand a summer as theirs to make it their own

A Binge-Watching Guide to the New Black Film Archive

The very best of six decades of African-American cinematic art that has nothing to do with slavery, sexual assault and/or violent death

‘Candyman’ and the Ghosts of Public Housing

Chicago’s infamous Cabrini-Green housing project was the beating heart of 1992’s ‘Candyman.’ In reality, the violence wasn’t mythical at all — just the result of failed policies, over and over

‘Candyman’ Is Tired of America’s Racist Shit

Even more than the 1992 original, the sequel is a takedown of how white society exploits Black artists

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