I Am Not Your Negro
I'm not your Negro is the critically acclaimed documentary film about the 1960s major civil rights movement where James Baldwin was one of the key profiles. Among his closest friends were Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X and Medgar Evers, all three murdered for their work for black rights in the United States. The film tells the story based on Baldwin's perspective, with his own words read by Samuel L. Jackson. Martin Memet Könick at Konstpretton states that the film "should be mandatory for all people to see, not only in the United States but worldwide, the documentary discusses complex social issues in completely phenomenal ways and presents a brilliant and clear criticism of oppression.".