Say His Name.
This month, Sophie and Hannah finally get to talk about Nia DaCosta’s spiritual sequel to the 1992 film Candyman. Sophie does way too much research, and Hannah can’t stop burping. It’s one of our more serious episodes, but we hope that you’ll enjoy it.
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- The Sound of ‘Candyman’ Comes from a Hauntingly Cyclical History – NPR
- ‘Candyman’ Director Nia DaCosta on Working with Jordan Peele and Keeping the Romantic Nature of the Character – Collider
- The Case for Reparations – Ta-Nehisi Coates
- The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America – Richard Rothstein
- They Came in Through the Bathroom Mirror – The Chicago Reader
- How a Story About the Horrors of Housing Projects Became Part of a Horror Movie – The Chicago Reader
- George Stinney Jr. – Wikipedia
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