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How ‘Bring It On’ Is Still Culturally Relevant

When “Bring It On” was released in 2000, it seemed like it was going to be another cliché teen movie, but its social commentary on the exploitation of Black culture for White people’s entertainment and personal gain was a surprise and it’s still relevant today.

‘Bring It On’ told a surprisingly deeper story about Black creators being ripped off

An integral part of the plot of Bring It On centers around a revelation to the predominantly White cheerleading squad, the Toros.

Black women receive far less recognition than White women

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