Get Out Goes In (2) – Africana Womanhood and History

Dr. Iyelli Ichile returned to discuss the film Get Out from her particular perspective of and preferred frame of Africana history and womanhood.


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6 thoughts on “Get Out Goes In (2) – Africana Womanhood and History

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  2. Deep. The anecdote about the white woman who asked the black woman, “How did it feel to have a win?”, (upon leaving the film ‘Get Out’) is profound. It deepens the indictment of whiteness (liberal~conservative et al) as it constructs itself. There is an ahistorical(?) conviction it (whiteness) has that they will be sufferers by our liberation. A small win, a big win, a total matter. And that is proto. Can we get around that? i want to know. i give thanks for the media. Cry Bluud Afrika.

  3. Saw the movie. Good analysis, can we get Anthony Browder on the program? Browder usually gives an in depth cultural/historical analysis, though he was unable to correctly peep Obama in ’08.

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