A Black Masculinist Review of ‘Hidden Figures’ by Dr. T. Hasan Johnson

{{Spoilers…obviously}}

Let me first say I loved seeing Black women on screen doing something intellectually challenging and innovative… In short? I dug it, so let’s get that straight & out of they way. I also dug the humor of the film, from the sisterhood ribbing at pursuing a potential mate to the hilariousness of seeing someone explain how to use a mechanical pencil. (#NewClassic) Fortunately for  musician and film producer Pharell, this film will go far to disassociate him from his “new Black” past…

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