Great Films That Explore Race And Social Justice

The murder of George Floyd, an African American, by the police and the protests that followed the crime highlighted the issue of racism towards blacks in the United States, which was not the product of the moment, but rather had historical foundations and roots.
In this report, “Arabi 21” highlights the most prominent documentary films and cinematic works that dealt with the problem of blacks socially, security and politically , and which have long been an important tool for understanding the racial basis of this issue.
Below are the 17 most prominent drama, documentaries and TV shows related to the lives of black people, all of which are broadcast on international sites such as “Netflix” and “Hulu”:
-When They See Us

-The 13th

-Just Mercy

-Say Her Name: The Life and Death of Sandra Bland

-Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise

-Clemency .

-The Hate U Give

– Selma

– Watchmen

– The House I Live In

– If Beale Street Could Talk

– he Black Power Mixtape 1967–1975
– I Am Not Your Negro

– Fruitvale Station
– Whose Streets

– Dear White People

– Do the Right Thing