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Topic: Race, Racism and the Black Metropolis
- Talking Past One Another: Black and White Languages of Race (Chapter 13) by Bob Blauner in Still the Big News: Racial Opression in America (2001). Temple University Press.
The plot of the film follows a parolee with three days left on his sentence, only to have him witness a police shooting that threatens to undermine his freedom and relationships with his friends and family. How does the film illustrate the dynamics of race and class in cities and the crisis of mass incarceration?