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Cinematic Propaganda: Antifa Themes Part 7

Thad, Kara, and Jeremiah look at how movies about the civil rights movement have been framed via Mississippi Burning (1988) & Selma (2014).

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  • Jeremiah lives in Los Angeles and divides his time between living in a movie theatre and writing mysteries. There might also be some ghostbusting being performed in his spare time.

  • Currently ensconced in the American midwest, Thaddeus pursues a lifelong journey to understand how little he actually knows. He also REALLY likes Superman.

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