This image released by Magnolia Pictures shows James Baldwin, center, in "I Am Not Your Negro." In Raoul Peck's Oscar-nominated documentary, Baldwin's observations on race and America are resurrected for today. Peck and others say Baldwin's words could hardly be more urgent. (Dan Budnik/Magnolia Pictures via AP)
This image released by Magnolia Pictures shows James Baldwin, center, in "I Am Not Your Negro." In Raoul Peck's Oscar-nominated documentary, Baldwin's observations on race and America are resurrected for today. Peck and others say Baldwin's words could hardly be more urgent. (Dan Budnik/Magnolia Pictures via AP) Dan Budnik AP
This image released by Magnolia Pictures shows James Baldwin, center, in "I Am Not Your Negro." In Raoul Peck's Oscar-nominated documentary, Baldwin's observations on race and America are resurrected for today. Peck and others say Baldwin's words could hardly be more urgent. (Dan Budnik/Magnolia Pictures via AP) Dan Budnik AP

Idaho Black History Museum hosts ‘I Am Not Your Negro’ Oscar-nominated documentary

March 08, 2017 09:25 AM