Things That Make White People Uncomfortable: HBO Max is Bringing An Anthology Series based on the book!

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Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable: HBO Max seems to Make White People Uncomfortable. The streamer is adjusting the book Things That Make White People Uncomfortable into an anthology series. The news Source has learned.

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

WHAT IS BOOK ALL ABOUT?

This book, written by emeritus NFL veteran and Super Bowl champion Michael Bennett. He wrote this book with the guidance of Dave Zirin, is a member memoir, role manifesto. And as the socially perceived, Bennett joins sports to the archives of protest in the United States. The HBO Max accommodation “is a one-hour treasury series with one goal. Goal to make white people uncomfortable,” per the network’s information. “The idea of the first season is ‘the danger of white progressive thought.’ Each chapter will take a hard look at how white liberal thought has impacted American society. And presented to the state of race relations in America today.”

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

Rodney Barnes (American Gods) will address the project. And he will serve as an executive producer. And further with Emmy winner Anthony Hemingway (The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story), who will also be personal.

Things That Make White People Uncomfortable

HBO Max is also improving the drama series Ke Nui Road, “a modern drama set on the North Shore of Oahu. Drama focusing on the connections between an elite team of heavy-water lifeguards. And the teens and young grown-ups they mentor. And train in the junior lifeguard curriculum. The junior guards program personifies the beauty, threat, effort, and aloha spirit. And all centered on the ocean — that is, modern Hawaii.” Both sets will be executive-produced by John Wells (The West Wing, ERShameless). And hail from Warner Bros. Television.

Bennett adds his distinct voice to conversations of racism and police violence. And Black athletes and their connection to powerful establishments like the NCAA and the NFL. And the performance of protest in history, and the stability of athletes as role models to speak out against wrongdoing. He accompanied in the footsteps of activist-athletes from Muhammad Ali to Colin Kaepernick. And Bennett explains his outspoken activity both on and off the field.

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