Review: I Am Not Your Negro Shows How Far We Only Think We’ve Come

In an era when civilized discourse has gone the way of the flip phone, novelist, essayist and playwright James Baldwin—as heard and seen in Raoul Peck’s bracing documentary I Am Not Your Negro—is like an ambassador from a lost time. The movie is an imagining of an ambitious book Baldwin started to write but never…

via Review: I Am Not Your Negro Shows How Far We Only Think We’ve Come — TIME

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