Atom User Reviews for Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America
Robinson’s purpose here is to cut through the lies, propaganda and rhetoric and look at what all those folks so anxious to ban and even burn books are trying to cover up.
If the format of a lecture is inherently limiting, the directors do a superb job of weaving a compelling visual — and emotional — experience.
Arriving at a time when conversations once reserved for academics have filtered into popular culture, “Who We Are” never plays like the product of some Hollywood bandwagon effort. Instead, its existence speaks to the power of cinema to reflect the times by sparking conversations and changing minds.