This movie, one with fictional characters and made up neighborhoods, is real. We have all heard of stories like this. We’ve seen them on the news and we’ve seen it for ourselves.
It’s a story with a main character who never never seems to lose sight of herself.
Profiling affects everyone, no matter their race, gender, religion, or sexual orientation.
And yes words matter, but the meaning behind the words is that LGBT folks are other and not worthy of having a life as straight (read normal) folks do.
According to experts, biracial couples have a one in 500 chance of having a set of black and white twins.
In affirming that Black Lives Matter, we need not qualify our position. To love and desire freedom and justice for ourselves is a necessity for wanting the same for others.
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Now, as a person of color, more than anything I would like to see movies representative of me and my identity because we live in world that is more than just black and white.