There were several lines from Birth of A Nation that struck me as particularly poignant given the current social / political climate in our country:
A tale for our time.
The second installment in a series of conversations between two friends – one from Saudi Arabia, one from the United States.
It is critical to not allow those with seemingly little concern for the humanity of Americans in Black bodies to frame the discussion about Black lives.
She’s from Saudi Arabia. He’s from America. The first installment in a series of conversations between two friends from very different places.
A beautiful movie at the end of a tragic week.
Father stretch my doubt…
I like to think the questions I have posed below are the right ones to ask, and that this is the right time to ask them. Yet I acknowledge that I could be wrong on both counts.