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In-text: (Brown, 2016)
Your Bibliography: Brown, B., 2016. Cinematography. London: Routledge, p.p.28.
They are true innocents, trapped against their will in the terrible geometry of American racial injustice.
In-text: (Corey, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Corey, M., 2020. Queen & Slim. Cineaste, (45), pp.42 - 44.
As Queen and Slim become more “down” versions of themselves, their relationship with one another and the world changes. Clearly destined to die, they begin to live in “the enormous moment”—that place between freedom and death.
In-text: (Corey, 2020)
Your Bibliography: Corey, M., 2020. Queen & Slim. Cineaste, (45), p.43.
At least Bonnie and Clyde were permitted to enjoy the ride, whereas Queen and Slim know they’re being tracked and aren’t sure whom to trust.
In-text: (Debruge, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Debruge, P., 2019. 'Queen & Slim' Review: Rooting for a Black Bonnie and Clyde - Variety. [online] Variety.com. Available at: <https://variety.com/2019/film/reviews/queen-and-slim-review-1203405374/> [Accessed 12 January 2022].
Policing plays a key role in maintaining structural inequalities between people of color and white people in the United States
In-text: (Edwards, Lee and Esposito, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Edwards, F., Lee, H. and Esposito, M., 2019. Risk of being killed by police use of force in the United States by age, race–ethnicity, and sex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(34), pp.16793-16798.
Religion has always had a strong presence for Black people—a source of strength in both happy and dark times. And no matter your level of belief (from Queen's atheism to Slim's devoutness) you can't get away from it in the African American community.
In-text: (Jean-Phillipe, 2019)
Your Bibliography: Jean-Phillipe, M., 2019. The Symbolism in Queen & Slim Will Honestly Blow Your Mind. [online] Oprah Daily. Available at: <https://www.oprahdaily.com/entertainment/tv-movies/a29963826/queen-and-slim-spoilers-symbolism/> [Accessed 11 January 2022].
Religion of black Americans refers to the religious and spiritual practices of African Americans. Historians generally agree that the religious life of black Americans "forms the foundation of their community life.
In-text: (Nickens, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Nickens, M., 2008. Uplifting the People: Three Centuries of Black Baptists in Alabama. By Wilson FallinJr. Religion and American Culture Series. Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2007. xv + 334 pp. Church History, 77(3), pp.784-786.
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