Detroit: Black v Hollywood with Herb Boyd

Jared Ball

Legendary journalist, author and professor Herb Boyd joined us once again to discuss his latest book, Black Detroit: A People’s History of Self-Determination and to also lend important context to the recently-released film Detroit.

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2 thoughts on “Detroit: Black v Hollywood with Herb Boyd

  1. Asante sana for this interview. It was edifying. I finally saw the movie “Detroit,” and I think it will become a classic and propaganda for the raw elements of the White Supremacy Dynamic. In “Detroit” they were able to kill, brutalize, and psychologically terrorize Afrikans without any retributive justice. In the end, it is the Christian church that becomes the balm which heals the psychological trauma. What more could they ask for in a movie that attracts an Afrikan viewing audience? The sparse crowd where I saw the movie was 90 percent Afrikan.

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