Top 10 Favorite Black Movies #BlogBlHistory

It’s the last #BlogBlHistory challenge…can you believe it!? With this being the last challenge, it also means that Black History Month is coming to an end…or maybe not. Remember, every day is black history month as long as black people and our allies continue to honor the black ancestors and greats before us and continue to fight for the rights and justice of blacks/African Americans.

So, the final challenge is to name your top 10 favorite black movies. Another really hard challenge. This challenge is actually supposed to be tomorrow, but because I post on Wednesdays and not Thursdays, I decided to post this today. Again, thank you to Kathryn for making this challenge! It was so fun to do and be sure to check out her post tomorrow to see her top 10 movies.

1.The Friday series

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2. Black Panther

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3. Selma

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4. Ruby Bridges

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5. The Help

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6. The Color Purple

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7. For Colored Girls

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8. Hidden Figures

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9. House Party Series

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10. Dear White People

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I tag:

Lydia

Yvonne

 

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4 thoughts on “Top 10 Favorite Black Movies #BlogBlHistory

  1. Thanks for the tag! I love all these movies you’ve mentioned. You got so many of my favourites here: For Colored Girl, Dear White People, Black Panther, and Hidden Figures. I’d like to add to the list Are We There Yet, Are We Done Yet, Nutty Professor (1 & 2), the Madea movies, Plan B, Rafiki, Super Modo, Nairobi Half Life, and Just Wright.

    Yvonne | yvonnewairimuwabai.weebly.com

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