BOOKER'S PLACE: A MISSISSIPPI STORY Add To My Top 10

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Release Date: January 01, 1970

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(BBB, CC, FR, L, V, A, M) Very strong moral worldview against racism with some positive overt references to Christianity and church, but some false religion is advocated by white racists of the past with a warped defense of segregation at one point that tries to use the Bible, which shows how aberrant teachings can overtake some people of faith and infiltrate some churches; three obscenities include one use of SOB, one a**, and one “h” word, plus racial epithets mentioned and repeated; some references to past violence, including a white policeman is accused of beating up a black man, and a shooting murder is described; no sex; no nudity; light reference or two about alcohol; no smoking or drugs; and racism and segregation but rebuked.


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