Race, Gender and Media Class Wraps Up with Bamboozled

In our final night of a four-week course on Race, Gender and Media, students watched Spike Lee’s controversial film, Bamboozled, which was released in 2000.

Spike lee’s camera angles are..awkward? #rgm
annagellis
August 2, 2011
Last night of rgm tweets
melissamitz
August 2, 2011
Watching a Spike Lee film#rgm
PRJSWHIT
August 2, 2011
The "Alabama porch monkey" line stung a little bit. #rgm #bamboozled
Dbivins23
August 2, 2011
He died in those shoes #rgm
Dbivins23
August 2, 2011
@DrSheems I’m watching Bamboozled in my MC 495 class, now I can go back and understand what I missed so I’m not ‘bamboozled’! Thanks! #rgm
Muna1631
August 2, 2011
#RGM I already can’t stand Pierres forced sounding accent.
wwfrazier
August 2, 2011
Watching Spike Lee’s "Bamboozled" in class #rgm
melissamitz
August 2, 2011
Watching "bamboozled" I’m mc 495. Educational tweets coming ur way. #rgm
annagellis
August 2, 2011
Love mos def! #rgm # bamboozled
Dbivins23
August 2, 2011
This movie has the perfect characters to depict the meaning behind the movie #rgm
3970235404
August 2, 2011
I have no clue what these slang words mean #rgm
RachelHulsey3
August 2, 2011
#RGM Spike Lee needs to get a tripod for his cameras.
wwfrazier
August 2, 2011
This movie has the perfect characters to depict the meaning behind the movie #rgm
3970235404
August 2, 2011

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Author: George Daniels

George L. Daniels is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Alabama. After spending eight years in the local television newsroom working as a producer at stations in Richmond, Virginia; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Atlanta, Georgia, Daniels moved from the newsroom to the classroom. He’s conducted research on diversity issues in the media workplace and change in the television newsroom as well as media convergence. Before going to work in television news, Daniels worked briefly as a freelance writer for The Richmond Free Press in his hometown of Richmond, Va.

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