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Uncle Tom shows another side of the African-American story

8 July 2020

4:34 AM

8 July 2020

4:34 AM

Although it finished production months before George Floyd was killed, the documentary Uncle Tom, produced by Larry Elder, has been released bang in the middle of the Black Lives Matter protest explosion.

But in the face of this unrest, Uncle Tom—which bills itself as ‘an oral history of the American black conservative’—shows a side of the African-American community that is often overlooked by the media.

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