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Represent #32: Unpacking Jordan Peele"s "Get Out"

On this episode of Represent, Aisha Harris and Slate’s chief political correspondent Jamelle Bouie have a spoiler-filled discussion of Get Out, the directorial debut of Jordan Peele. And Valerie Woodward Srinivasan, Panoply Software Engineer shares her “Pre-Woke Watching” story.

Check out:-Aisha on why Get Out is an instant comedy-horror classic about the hilarious nightmare that is existing while black
-Vulture: In Get Out, Allison Williams Makes the ‘Good White Person’ Terrifying
-NYT: Woman Linked to 1955 Emmett Till Murder Tells Historian Her Claims Were False
And if you loved Get Out and want more horror films in your life:
-Aishia recommends The Stepford Wives (1975)
-Jamelle recommends episodes of Key and Peele and Night of the Living Dead (1968)

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