#30DayEducationChallenge: The Weekend Watch

Saturday, July 4, 2020

And just like that we're almost halfway through the #30DayEducationChallenge! If you're joining us for the first time this weekend - welcome! Read through the intro and get started in whatever way makes sense for you.

This weekend we're watching Selma which shows the three marches MLK led through Selma, AL as part of the fight for civil rights. While MLK's strategy of non-violence is usually framed as passiveness, this movie shows that the strategy was much more than what we've been taught. Another great film by Ava DuVernay, a force of Black History herself.

Selma is available to stream for free with Apple TV+, and available for rent ($3-$4) on Amazon, YouTube, and Google.

If you've already seen Selma, I recommend catching up on the assignments or watching Spike Lee's documentary Four Little Girls, Malcolm X (available for rent on Amazon, Google Play, YouTube), and Ali (on Netflix).

See yall next week!

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