Ch. 27: Hit ’em Up—Politics and Evangelical Edition

What happens when a newly “born” angry Black man channels his inner Tupac

Scene from the music video “Hit ’em up.”

As friends often do, JD, Yolanda, and I kept in touch via text messages. We’d frequently have these epic-long iMessages back and forth over all sorts of topics (usually filmmaking, the movie business, or politics). And we’ve had countless debates and…

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One black nerd’s epic quest of self-discovery, racial identity, and crisis of faith in Trump’s America.

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