Eliecer Gaspar’s review published on Letterboxd:
One hundred minutes without mentioning the determinant to almost everything it denounces, and that is capitalism. This is in keeping with Ava DuVernay's neoliberal ideology which has been expressed more blatantly elsewhere. Of all the talking heads interviewed only Angela Davis and Van Jones (formerly a Maoist) go beyond the limits set by its production. Davis does it by her mere presence which has long been an act of resistance and is now a triumph. Jones does it through the passion he lets on when he discusses the significance of Fred Hampton and the critical threat to the system in question that his agitation for proletarian solidarity represented.