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The movie was so well received that my mother decided to take me to see the film in the theater. Ostensibly the story of three friends, Tre, Ricky and Doughboy, growing up in South-Central Los Angeles, it showed how white supremacy set the conditions that ended in neighborhoods devastated by crime and, ultimately, violence. Not many white people are featured in the film, but the impact of whiteness on Black life permeates the screen. This is evident when Tre Cuba Gooding Jr. He quickly learns that the cops are there to neither protect nor serve him or his neighbors. I was always taught to be wary of officers as a young Black man, but this was one of the first times I saw the rationale for that fear onscreen in a major American film.

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Skip to Content. Research shows a connection between kids' healthy self-esteem and positive, diverse representations in books, TV shows, and movies. Want to help us help them? Suggest a diversity update. A lot of media focus on violence overseas, while no one seems to care about the violence in neighborhoods in the United States. Tre's father Furious instills positive messages about responsibility, safe sex, drugs, and African Americans supporting their own communities. Tre, his parents, his girlfriend Brandi, and friend Ricky are all positive role models for the importance of responsibility; education; and avoiding sex, drugs, and alcohol.

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Upon its release 25 years ago, on July 12, , " Boyz N the Hood " was recognized as an instant landmark film. The coming-of-age drama about three young African-American men in South Central Los Angeles launched a decade's worth of similar films. Plus, "Boyz" made a film star of veteran character actor Pee-wee's Playhouse. Singleton promised the actor he'd write him a role where he didn't have to wear a Jheri Curl. It would be another three years before he made good on the promise.