socialcausality:

Spike Lee’s movies from the 90’s reminds me of when black people had a message to give to each other. A message of hope, love, togetherness and support. It makes me sad to think of the ‘message’ that we are putting out there for our children now…we have gone from stories teaching a lesson in hip hop and ‘black’ movies to valuing monetary gain and stereotypes because that is what ‘sells’…wake up…please, wake up…
Love
socialcausality:

Spike Lee’s movies from the 90’s reminds me of when black people had a message to give to each other. A message of hope, love, togetherness and support. It makes me sad to think of the ‘message’ that we are putting out there for our children now…we have gone from stories teaching a lesson in hip hop and ‘black’ movies to valuing monetary gain and stereotypes because that is what ‘sells’…wake up…please, wake up…
Love
socialcausality:

Spike Lee’s movies from the 90’s reminds me of when black people had a message to give to each other. A message of hope, love, togetherness and support. It makes me sad to think of the ‘message’ that we are putting out there for our children now…we have gone from stories teaching a lesson in hip hop and ‘black’ movies to valuing monetary gain and stereotypes because that is what ‘sells’…wake up…please, wake up…
Love

socialcausality:

Spike Lee’s movies from the 90’s reminds me of when black people had a message to give to each other. A message of hope, love, togetherness and support. It makes me sad to think of the ‘message’ that we are putting out there for our children now…we have gone from stories teaching a lesson in hip hop and ‘black’ movies to valuing monetary gain and stereotypes because that is what ‘sells’…wake up…please, wake up…

Love

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