Tag Archives: David Oyelowo

Selma: It’s Still A Struggle (Movie Review)

The quiet chatter of four small girls seconds before the church explodes in flames. Matthew 6:26 whispered in a prison cell to remind Martin Luther King that God had a plan for him. The charging shadow of a state trooper … Continue reading

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The Butler: Two Roads Divided (Movie Review)

Over the last year, I’ve seen 42, Fruitvale Station, 12 Years A Slave, and Django Unchained. Each of them presented a time period in American history where racism and prejudice caused great pain, even death, as the country struggled through toward civil rights for everyone … Continue reading

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