Tongues are still wagging over CNN's Black in America documentary. If you haven't seen it yet, it was a two-parter hosted by Soledad O'Brien last week. You can read all about it HERE and reruns have been airing every night since.
I've heard from people who thought it was great and taught them things they didn't know, like the impact of the AIDS epidemic on the Black community. But other people felt is was more of the same old stuff about how terrible it is to be African-American. Today, Oneita Jackson of the Detroit Free Press has an interesting take on the controversy in her article Black Experience Doesn't Live On My TV .
Now, what do YOU think? Was the documentary too negative? Did it break stereotypes or reinforce them?