FFR 92: The Last Black Man in San Francisco

On this week’s episode, we talk about the beautiful new film The Last Black Man in San Francisco, a deeply personal movie about identity, gentrification, and institutional power. Ebony Adams calls it “simultaneously tactile and dreamlike!” Also, the ramifications of Jay-Z’s new deal with the NFL, and Marvel’s disappointing refusal to publish an anthology introduction that has some (appropriately) harsh words for Donald Trump.


2:45 Entertainment News

14:00 The Last Black Man in San Francisco

40:40 What’s Your FREQ-Out? (Carolyn on Eliza, Ebony on One Child Nation, Anita on the power and value of stories)


“Jay-Z Helped the NFL Banish Colin Kaepernick” by Jemele Hill in The Atlantic: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/08/jay-z-helps-nfl-banish-colin-kaepernick/596146/

“Art Spiegelman, creator of Maus, calls out Marvel Comics for its ‘apolitical’ politics” by Aja Romano for Vox: https://www.vox.com/culture/2019/8/20/20812333/art-spiegelman-marvel-comics-backlash-essay-trump
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