Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America



IMDb Rating 6.3 10 327

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March 31, 2022 at 10:01 PM



1.05 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 57 min
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Reviewed by biggerheart 8 / 10

over that point

What is it like to pick billions of pounds of cotton?

What is it like to lose life for being "too successful"?

Does luck look good?

This documentary relies on many relevant and clear facts along the history without needing to be opinionated or emotionally tiring. Because it is new, educational/informational, and thereby engaging, watching is quite easy and strongly recommended.

The reasons why this rating is not 10:

First, while this movie is impressive, I am not sure this artwork can reach beyond the audience who are already willing to be open. To reach the "unreachable" might take some more work, admittedly much more work sometimes.

Second, in addition to justice and empathy, adding a bit more hope, inspiration, or vision in appropriate amount should increase balance and encouragement, i.e., given the history, why is over the point plausible or not already lost now?

PS: There are many 1 ratings now, which shows there is still a lot more work to do.


Reviewed by NCMounty 1 / 10

Filled with half truths

This documentary is filled with half truths. It gives one side of a story and is not factual. The film is twisting situations that are going on today to push their agenda and hoping to capitilizing on it. There are only a handful of reviews here and there is a reason for it. This is just more race baiting material.

Reviewed by richardmillen-819-107687 10 / 10

A necessary film

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America is a beautifully edited film that treats the subject of racism without hysteria but clearly explains what it is and how it has shaped both our personal and collective thinking. You leave the theatre with so many urgent questions. You feel a deep need to ask who we are and where are we headed. And what we can do now.

Who We Are challenges, prods and informs . It leaves us with a need to ask more questions and even begin to imagine where do we go now. It is quickly paced, so at no point do you feel as if this a lecture or that you are being condescended to.

Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism is a superb companion to Sarah Kunstler and Emily Aigner Kunstler's first brilliant documentary:, William Kunstler: Disturbing the Universe.

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