School Daze

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School Daze is a film that was directed, produced, written, and starred in by the legendary filmmaker Spike Lee. Spike Lee was once again trying to make America conscience and aware of racial issues, but this time it was focused on internalized racism at historical black colleges and universities (HBCU). Lee explored an issue that is still prominent in today's society, light-skinned versus dark-skinned African Americans, good hair versus bad hair, and the Greeks versus the Afro-centric students. School Daze is a very enlightening film, but it took a lot of different elements to complete a film of this magnitude to make others aware of this racial issue. School Daze is a film about internalized racism amongst the African American community at a fictitious historical black college called Mission College. The student body has divided itself into groups that are the epidemy of groupthink. In a newspaper called the Journal-Gazette by author Greg Braxton mentioned the battle between good hair versus bad hair among African American women, by mentioning the 1988 film School Daze were Spike Lee staged a musical production number in a beauty salon, and two warring female college cliques battled over this topic (2009). In a newspaper called the Journal-Gazette author Greg Braxton mentioned the battle between good hair versus bad hair among African American women, by mentioning the 1988 film School Daze were Spike Lee staged a musical production number in a beauty salon, and two warring female college cliques battled over this topic (2009).
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