Oscar Glory & White Supremacy

Supemacy Film is likely the greatest vehicle of visual poetry and propaganda of the 20th into century. In the 21st century it competes with the internet and television, but still holds sway around the world. The moving image is responsible for communicating black creative expression from the silent works of Oscar Micheaux to brilliant literary adaptations like A Raisin in the the Sun (1961) to universal black struggles for self-determination in Selma (2014).

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