Ava Duvernay’s 4-part limited series, “When They See Us” is now streaming on Netflix and not only is it powerful, but it’s also heartbreaking.
“When They See
The series was excellent and very hard to watch.
Rapper Maino took to social media to react to the series that he says made him cry “real tears” and “touched his soul.”
Maino went on to share his story of being incarcerated at a young age and the impact it had on his life.
Read Maino’s full post below:
I cried watching this…real tears. This touched my soul. Hit so close to home. I remember being 15, handcuffed, hungry, sleepy, slapped around and interrogated. The smell of Spofford…the detention facility for juveniles in the Bronx. The place they put us black boys, who were troubled and lost. I can still see it. The Corridors of C-74…
Trying to fight back tears when I Mother’s came to visit us because we wanted her to believe we were Strong. Going through every emotion imaginable. Months on months in solitary confinement…hoping for mail. Praying for a visit. Tears on the
If I ever behaved as a Savage it’s because it’s what I was taught
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