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.
I Hate Black People Who Hate Black People examines the untreated spiritual disorder of Black self-hate and disrespect.
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.