SOURCE: The Baffler
Raoul Peck's documentary "Exterminate All The Brutes" considers not just the history of settler colonialism, but the epistemology of history in contexts where the powerful seek to shape knowledge.
SOURCE: New York Times
The atrocities documented in Raoul Peck's HBO film series on colonization of the western hemisphere are not news. That's part of what fuels the anger driving the film.
by Alyssa Goldstein Sepinwall
The filmmaker behind I Am Not Your Negro.
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