“Rejection Or Acceptance? Because the biggest hoodwink this century
was effected by film moguls who coded their (our) dreams in WASP-face, that question most disturbs the daydreams of Blacks since discovering and asserting their minority status. Director Stan Lathan crystallizes this dilemma in his 1984 film of James Baldwin’s Go Tell It On The Mountain, when a Black boy from Harlem goes to the movies. The feature he sees is…”
To read more of Armond White’s take on Stan Lathan’s film of the James Baldwin book Go Tell It On The Mountain, purchase a new or used copy of The Resistance: Ten Years Of Pop Culture That Shook The World.