#BLM Part I: The Education

‘Art hurts. Art urges voyages – and it is easier to stay at home.’

– Gwendolyn Brooks –
Let’s Remain Educated



Sometimes referred to as the ‘Black Sundance’, the Blackstar Film Festival focuses on representing the stories of black, brown and indigenous individuals around the world, ‘by indie means necessary.’

Learn more here.

Array Now:

With the legendary, Ava DuVernay as its founder, ‘Array Now’ focuses on propelling the work of women and people of colour.

Learn more here.

*Please Note:

Though this list & further discussion centres around the African-American experience, this by no means suggests racism is concentrated within the United States. It occurs everywhere. However, my exposure to it being discussed and depicted via film has been through the lens of the African-American experience.

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