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CREE w/ Nathan Koblintz

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RE-BROADCAST FROM DECEMBER 20, 2009

Nathan Koblintz, a film reviewer for the British Jesuit online journal, Thinking Faith, joins Cree to discuss the making and underlying reality of the film, SKIN.

SKIN is based upon the true story of a black/"coloured" child, Sandra Laing, born to two white parents in apartheid era South Africa. Ms. Laing is now 56 years old and no DNA test has ever been done to confirm the paternity of her white father who is now deceased. Mr. Koblintz’ review of the film is the only one that references the widely held belief, at the height of the controversy in South Africa, that Mr. Laing had been “cuckolded” by a black male. This is a discussion about the intersection of the people activity categories of entertainment, politics, religion, and, sex under the system of racism (white supremacy).

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