Documentary • 2016 • 1 hr 40 min
A must-watch. I learned a lot. This is a heavy and emotionally difficult film but crucial to understanding the racist infrastructure of USA.
shows the harsh truth of life in the us and how nothing has truly changed. it should be mandatory viewing in the school system
Gives a lot of insight about racism in America. I think everyone would benefit from watching it.
Well-made and excellent choices of experts to interview. Worth a watch even if you know the history.
Everybody should watch this movie. I still can't understand why people remains on racism. Thinking about it makes me sick.
This is a must see for anyone wanting to truly understand the truth about racism and civil rights in the US.
In depth view at the 13th amendment and the consequences it has
Interesting depiction of American history after the slavery and how it's legally failing its most vulnerable citizens today. A bit slow thou
Very upsetting but important documentary. I couldn’t finish it in one sitting though. Hard to believe humans can be capable of such evil
It is one of the best and most interesting documentary I've watch. Necessary, go watch it now
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