TONIGHT I Pray that you thank the Lord for all of the conditions that require you to be still. I pray that you don’t spoil these precious quiet times between you and God, by being impatient or wishing them away. Sometimes the Lord moves mightily when you are ill or in a hospital. I pray…
Just like happened after his 1976 miniseries, he suspects that people will unfortunately snap back to their entrenched racial beliefs.
Levar Burton is serving up some realness again.
What did you think of the last slavery film to have a big cultural footprint, Django Unchained? Quentin Tarantino argued it was one of the few slave movies about black empowerment. [Chuckles] Yeah, well …
Do I sense skepticism in your voice? [More chuckles] Yes. Django Unchained is a fantasy, let’s be clear. And when Quentin Tarantino says that Django is more real than Roots, I call bullshit. I got nothing against him, but don’t go there, okay? Don’t go there, Quentin. Too many people who look like me bled and died for you to have the opportunity to satirize the slave narrative. There’s a place for satire in culture. Taken at face value, as a piece of satire, I went and enjoyed it. It was fun. Let’s just not get it twisted. Django was not real.
Oooooooop get em!
He didn’t host READING Rainbow for nothing…
^^^lol at that last comment
Because I still hate the fact that Django Unchained was made.