"Director James Spooner, who was himself a black kid hanging in a white scene in his youth, brings his unique perspective to bear in telling this story of AJ's journey toward himself. Think that race doesn't matter to you, that you know all there is to know about white folks and black folks and the subtleties of racism in the undercurrent of society? Catch White Lies and Black Sheep, and supplement it with a viewing of Spooner's Afropunk for a well-rounded perspective on this director's unique and engaging viewpoint. Spooner will make you think,..."
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