First, separately summarize readings 5 and 6 and the documentary by paying special attention to the main argument. Do not tell me what a reading is about (which is descriptive) but identify the main argument. This is especially important for the readings.
Then, identify some of the points of intersections between the two works. How do the authors approach the question of anger and violence, respectively? Are these negative phenomenon for the authors or is there utility in anger/violence? Lastly, considering that #BLM has been cast as too confrontational and violent by mainstream media, do the readings help you understand the movement in a new light? Do you thinks the tactics of BLM are justified?
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