Movies and television have also created artificially positive examples of Black people that have helped in the mainstreaming of a false picture of the Black community – see “The Cosby Effect” - through seemingly innocuous forms of entertainment.
|A movie replete with lies, sold as the unvarnished truth|
What happens when you make a movie about important milestones and teachable moments from sports history that depict the defeat of evil white America by the virtuous combined forces of Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) and Black athleticism?
Simple: You get to see the basic blueprints of how BRA was erected.
Glory Road and Remember the Titans are films – all produced by Disney – that showcase the wonderful transition from the boring, monochromatic sports world of pre-integration days into the glorious epoch we currently live in that creates national heroes out of Michael Vick.
Both films took several liberties with the truth and successfully made the regrettable past before Black Run America (BRA) was erected appear far more lamentable then it actually was. This technique is utilized by Crusading White Pedagogues (CWPs) who routinely harp on Emmitt Till’s story as an example of pervasive racism by white people in the past.
That one moment can castigate an entire people and induce so much white guilt is astounding; such is the power of DWLs, CWPs, film, and television to inculcate the masses.
Glory Road is a homage (not a film) to the first college basketball team that started five Black players, Texas Western. They defeated an all-white Kentucky team, one game proving that segregation was insidious and that keeping Black players from playing sports at all-white schools would preclude national titles from being won.
Sports Illustrated reported this in 1991: