Justice. Then, Poetic Justice.

The breathtakingly beautiful “Daughters of the Dust” by director Julie Dash.

You’ve been crushing your Woke 101 homework. You’re done bingeing When they See Us, Just Mercy, I Am Not Your Negro, Selma, The Kalief Browder Story, Slavery by Another Name, plus all the other #BlackLivesMatter suggestions from your streaming services for extra credit. You even snuck in one more Black Panther viewing … now what?

Consider this: when was the last time you watched a movie with a Black lead or…