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We Deserve to See a Black Afterlife on Film

Where Pixar’s ‘Soul’ and films like ‘Ghost’ fall short

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This story contains the plot details of Pixar’s Soul.

In the spirit of American cinema dealing with Blackness in the afterlife, Soul fails to answer the late Tupac’s question: Does heaven have a ghetto?




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Hal H. Harris

Hal H. Harris

Black on Both Sides. Medium Writers Challenge Winner. The founder of Established in 1865. I Tweet @Established1865. E-mail is hal.harris@est1865.com.

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