Religion in Early African-America Cinema Trailer

Religion in Early African-America Cinema Trailer (2016)

26 July 2016 7 mins

"Religion in Early African-America Cinema" returns to Charles Musser & Jacqueline Najuma Stewart, who offers historical perspective on depictions and criticism of faith in the collected films.

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United States 26 July 2016

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