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Black History Movie Guide for Parents

A list of more ideas here.

13th

A documentary film that explores the intersection of race, justice, and mass incarceration in the U.S. (Netflix, 2016)
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Christena Cleveland at the 2017 Justice Conference

Christena Cleveland, thejusticeconference.com
Watch video (33:56)

Fruitvale Station

This dramatic rendering of a real-life tragedy recounts the final hours of Oscar Grant, shot by San Francisco transit police on New Year's Day, 2009
Watch trailer

Hair Love

Short animated film based on the children's book.
Watch video (6:47)

I Am Not Your Negro

Based on James Baldwin's unfinished book, this visual essay explores racism through the stories of Medgar Evers, Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr.
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Just Mercy

A film based on the true story of Walter McMillian who, with the help of defense attorney Bryan Stevenson, appeals his murder conviction.
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A Kids Book about Racism

Video reading of the children's book.
Watch video (3:58)

Marshall

A biopic of Thurgood Marshall, the first Black U.S. Supreme Court justice
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Racism in America

Phil Vischer (creator of Veggie Tales) gives an overview on racism in America.
Part 1 (17:52) and Part 2 (26:05)

Racism Is Real

Watch video (3:04)

Seeing White Fragility

Animated video
Watch video (6:23)

Systemic Racism Explained

Animated video
Watch video (4:23)

Teach Us All

A film on the continued segregation of U.S. schools, available on Netflix.
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When They See Us

A Netflix mini-series on the 1989 Central Park jogger case and the five males of color who were falsely accused.
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For all of these films, viewer discretion is advised. Some of these films are not appropriate for all ages.

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