We stand with people of color in solidarity, and we are committed to using our collective voice to help create a brighter, more inclusive future for all.
In this sad state of affairs, let's have a look at some of the films with a happy ending for a black character.
Which of these films where a black character wins is your favorite?
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Trading Places (1983)
A snobbish investor and a wily street con artist
find their positions reversed as part of a bet by two callous millionaires.
Dan Aykroyd ... Louis Winthorpe III
Harvard educated, is successful at his job, has a lavish home ...
Eddie Murphy ... Billy Ray Valentine
a black hustler/crook ...
More white folks are shot and killed by police than any other race! That's why "All Lives Matter"
Where is a poll and the organization Hispanic Lives Matter? Or White Lives Matter? Or Asian Lives Matter? Or lastly Unknown Lives Matter? The name of this poll and the organization implies that NO ONE else matters! It is a poor name for an organization and this poll.
I don't state it's good. But other land, other causes. Or not?
The Time Is Now: Race and Resolution
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As America faces a defining moment after the death of George Floyd,
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With the recent senseless tragedy that has befallen another African American at the hands of a Law Enforcement Agency, we the IMDb Poll Board Members wish the Floyd Family our sincere condolences.
Out of special consideration this poll will have the distinction of only having two choices that will be the same. 'Cry Freedom'
There will be no winner of this poll. Just votes of solidarity for freedom from racism. Please vote for freedom. Thank you.
NOTE: If the poll software will allow for a single only choice rather than two, it would make a nice gesture. Rather than this poll being a poll by one member here, an account should be created that is a collective account. That way we all can be the creator.
A suggestion: Instead of asking about movies "where a black protagonist wins," which may not always be a precise description, maybe you could just ask about our favorite movie "with a happy ending for a black protagonist"?
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I don't think 12 Years a Slave has a happy ending for a black character. The films is a true story, and while Solomon Northup regained his freedom, we are told that in the end of his life he dissapeared and was never heard off again.
I'm reading it is unlikely he was enslaved or murdered, but the film leaves this possibility open.
What? It only matters if your what? Obviously not what the organization stands for. Hypocrisy in action. BLM is for one thing. Anarchy! They are not for a peaceful civilized society. They are not what you have lead to believe they are by a biased media.
Please close this poll
Please do not let this poll go live.
It will incite if it is.
It really serves NO purpose.
Today we find ourselves at a sadly familiar crossroads, the illiteracy inequalities that effect the female community in India. The world will agree that this injustice needs addressing.
We wish to raise awareness and help create a brighter, more literate future for all.
In this sad state of affairs, let's have a look at some of the films with a happy ending for an Indian Women character.
Which of these films where the proud repressed Indian Female character wins is your favorite?
Does this theme sound familiar. Are there any movies in India about this subject?
Sounds like a really good poll suggestion.
The percentage of illiteracy in India is alarming. Though 74.04% of people were counted as literate in 2011 census, there is a wide disparity between rural and urban areas and male and female population. The condition in villages is worse than in cities. Though a number of primary schools have been set up in rural India, the problem persists. Many people who are counted as literate can barely read or write. Hence, providing education just to children won’t solve the problem of illiteracy, as many adults in India are also untouched by education.
This is in your news.
Should we make a poll about it?
Of course not.
It is an internal affair of your country. I would not make such a poll pointing this out. It would be wrong.
This board needs "rep points" like VBulletin and other boards.Oswald,
You mentioned that you've been a moderator on other discussion boards. I recommend that you flesh out your idea and submit a ticket.
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