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What Does ‘American History X’ Tell Us about Racism after Two Decades?

There’s no better time to revisit Tony Kaye’s cult film.

IIt’s hard to decide what’s spreading faster in America right now; COVID-19 or social injustice. Ever since 1991's infamous Rodney King police beating, the public’s voice against discrimination has never been…

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Akos Peterbencze

Akos Peterbencze

Freelance Grinder. Regular contributor on Looper. Bylines: Paste Mag, Humungus, and more. You can find me tweeting about pop culture at 2 AM (@ilovemoviesmor1)

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