The bone-chilling reality of missing children, including the mayor's three-year-old daughter, grips the small southern town of Barrow. The only hint of their whereabouts hides in the mind of the mayor's preteen son, who believes an unidentified old woman is inexplicably connected to his sister's disappearance.
I Hate Black People Who Hate Black People examines the untreated spiritual disorder of Black self-hate and disrespect.
"A one-sided tale"
In 1954, two preteen boys, with opposite personalities, electrify Glenwood, a small African-American section of a town called Chesterville, when one, a feared bully with homicidal fantasies, becomes terrified of the other, a mild-mannered bookworm who would hardly shoo a fly.
Only a few people in the town of Winder, mostly children, take seriously, a rumor that a terrorfying something roams the woods and streets at night looking for human flesh to devour. But a few more minds open up after a local family seems to mysteriously disappear. On their way to buy the main ingredient for a family favorite their mom plans to cook for their supper, three brothers encounter what may very well be a beast dismissed as legend.