afro latino Movies Encapsulate The Black And Experience From Sci-Fi To Documentaries
What are you doing to celebrate Black History Month? If your answer is something such as “what can I do?” Here’s a tip: lots! Education and understanding is the first step at correcting ignorance of other cultures. We’ve narrowed down the best afro movies about the Black experience that will feed your soul and your mind. While some of these may be fictional (even sci-fi), there’s still an abundance of truth within them. This kind of binge-watching is actually good for you, so happy Black History Month!
While many of us might be in interracial relationships, these legal unions weren’t always allowed. If it weren’t for the love and bond between Mildred and Richard Loving, many of us wouldn’t be able to get married simply because of the color of our skin. “Loving” tells the story of this extraordinary couple who fought for love and won.
Being Black is hard enough, now imagine what that must feel like for a gay Black boy. The discrimination and bigotry toward this community, within their own community, is horrific, which why this movie is so important to witness.
“The Color Purple”
Based on the book by Alice Walker, “The Color Purple” shows what life for Black people was like during the slave era and its lasting repercussions. The movie is powerful, moving, and unforgettable.
If you watch this movie without knowing it’s a true story, there’s no way someone would ever fathom that something like a Black man infiltrating the KKK could be possible. But it is, which makes this movie even better. Directed by Spike Lee, and based on the story of Ron Stallworth, the film not only looks at life for Black people post Civil Rights movement, but how it is today.
Yes, “Get Out” is a scary af movie, but what makes it scarier is understanding how the feelings of being in the “Sunken Place” is very accurate and very real. Gentrification isn’t something that can just happen in communities; it can also occur to your mind.
This movie starring a young Denzel Washington tells the story of American Muslim minister and human rights activist, Malcolm X. While he and Martin Luther King Jr valued the same equality, they had very different beliefs on how to achieve that. This film focuses on his life, his work, and his legacy.
“Wakanda Forever” isn’t a make-believe place that exists in another world. It is also a state of mind. That is something that will resonate with you after watching “Black Panther” which is way more than a superhero movie.
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