afro latino Movies Encapsulate The Black And Experience From Sci-Fi To Documentaries
Trying to be beautiful as a brown person isn’t an easy thing, especially when society tells you the white and straight hair is better. In “Pelo Malo” — bad hair— we meet a young Venezuelan boy who wants to straighten his curly hair and as a result, causes tension with himself and his single mom. another movie part of the repertoir of afro latino movies
Written by Alex Haley — “Roots” became a phenomenon as a mini-series not only for an extraordinary cast but more important because of its historical value. The story centers around a slave named Kunta and his family, which begins in the 1800s. It’s a compelling look at slavery in America and what people will do for their freedom.
“The Pursuit of Happyness”
Chris Gardner, a single father of a young boy, is a smart man, there’s no question about that. However, being an intelligent Black man sometimes isn’t enough in this country. This true story shows what exact determination looks like, and what the human spirit is capable of especially when you’re trying to raise a family.
While many of us might know the story of Martin Luther King, some of us don’t understand the kind of work he did in communities that resulted in his massive legacy. “Selma” shows precisely that.
“Black In Latin America”
What does being Black actually mean? The answer to that is the focus to this 2011 documentary starring Harvard scholar Henry Louis Gates Jr. who explores “how Africa and Europe came together to create the rich culture of Latin America and the Caribbean.” The documentary features Black people from six countries including Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Brazil, Mexico, and Peru. one of the best afro latino movies
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