Where Are All The Black Atheists? Ctd

Darrin Johnson created a short documentary (above) about the role of non-belief in the African-American community:

From slavery to the civil rights era, to the enduring role of the church in community life, African-American history is deeply entwined with Christianity. An increasing number of black Americans are choosing to reject religion, but they remain a largely invisible minority in the face of media-reinforced stereotypes that presume that African-Americans will hold firm religious beliefs.

Previous Dish on black atheists here and here.