1. Selma: The Historical Record and the American Imaginary
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  1. Forging a New Path: Plurality, Social Change, and Innovation in Contemporary Senegalese Cinema
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  1. Two Screenplays by Charles Burnett: Bless Their Little Hearts (1984) and Man in a Basket (2003)
  2. James Naremore
  3. pp. 7-24
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  1. Backup Singers, Celebrity Culture, and Civil Rights: Racializing Space and Spatializing Race in 20 Feet from Stardom
  2. David Scott Diffrient
  3. pp. 25-49
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  1. Queering The Mammy: New Queer Cinema's Version of an American Institution in Cheryl Dunye's The Watermelon Woman
  2. Clitha Mason
  3. pp. 50-74
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  1. No Medicine for Melancholy: Cinema of Loss and Mourning in the Era of #BlackLivesMatter
  2. Michele Prettyman Beverly
  3. pp. 81-103
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  1. All Lives (Don't) Matter: The Internet Meets Afro-Pessimism and Black Optimism
  2. Charles "Chip" P. Linscott
  3. pp. 104-119
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  1. Dreams are colder than Death and the Gathering of Black Sociality
  2. Alessandra Raengo
  3. pp. 120-140
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  1. From Boys to Men: Hip-Hop, Hood Films, and the Performance of Contemporary Black Masculinity
  2. Robin M. Boylorn
  3. pp. 146-164
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  1. U, (New) Black (?) Maybe: Nostalgia and Amnesia in Dope
  2. I. Augustus Durham
  3. pp. 165-182
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  1. "Fight the Power": Hip Hop and Civil Unrest in Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing
  2. Casarae L. Gibson
  3. pp. 183-207
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  1. "True to the Game": Straight Outta Compton's Affirmation of White Supremacist Capitalist Patriarchy
  2. Adam Haupt
  3. pp. 208-225
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  1. "We Don't Die, We Multiply": Bebe's Kids, Hip-Hop Aesthetics, and Black Feature Animation
  2. Peter C. Kunze
  3. pp. 226-242
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  1. "And You Know This, Man!": Love, Humor, and Masculinity in Friday
  2. Brandon J. Manning
  3. pp. 243-254
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  1. Jay Z's American Gangster
  2. Kenton Rambsy
  3. pp. 255-266
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  1. L'Arbre sans fruit / The Fruitless Tree by Aïcha Elhadj Macky: Woman among Mothers
  2. Olivier Barlet, Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 267-268
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  1. La Permanence / On Call, by Alice Diop
  2. Olivier Barlet, Beti Ellerson
  3. pp. 269-271
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  1. Nollywood Central by Jade L. Miller (review)
  2. Añulika Agina
  3. pp. 295-297
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  1. Archival Spotlight: Community Archiving with the National Black Programming Consortium
  2. Robert Anen
  3. pp. 298-303
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  1. Archival News
  2. Yalie Kamara
  3. pp. 304-311
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  1. Professional Notes and Research Sources
  2. pp. 312-313
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  1. Editor's Notes
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  1. Introduction: #BlackLivesMatter and the Mediatic Lives of a Movement
  2. Charles "Chip" P. Linscott
  3. pp. 75-80
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  1. Introduction: Hip-Hop Cinema as a Lens of Contemporary Black Realities
  2. Regina N. Bradley
  3. pp. 141-145
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