» Dear White People: Hard conversations about the divide
The original "Dear White People," caused a bit of stir when it was released in theaters in 2014. The critically-acclaimed film, for the first time, showed the nuances of how "woke" black students navigate life at an elite exclusive Ivy League-type institution.
"School Daze," it was not, but like the Spike Lee joint, it encouraged dialogue about the current state of race in America.
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In April, the flick's creator Justin Simien advanced the conversation when he penned the 10-episode Netflix series of the same name, taking a deeper look at how millennials are transforming the civil rights movement into their own image.
Today, the AJC launches a 4-part video series featuring students from Clark Atlanta, Emory, Georgia, Georgia Tech, Morehouse and Spelman getting candid about they are navigating their own voyage through college.
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