Back in the early ’70s, I loved to watched Blaxploitation films. The performance art culture of African-Americans played as villains and distrustful role models. But, I also believe Hollywood look at African-Americans culture as stereotypes. All Blaxploitation films portray African-Americans as drug dealers, Prostitutes, and Gangsters. Blaxploitation films were originally aimed at an urban African-Americans audience, but the genre’s audience appeal soon broadened across racial and ethnic lines. Hollywood realized the potential profit of expanding the audiences of blaxploitation films across those racial lines. Never, Blaxploitation films awarded for Oscars. Only poor rating, bad criticism, and judgment. Is Blaxploitation films are racist in the art culture of African-Americans? Your thoughts?

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