Filmmakers Announce Documentary Sequel ‘Uncle Tom II’ Featuring Voddie Baucham

A sequel to the acclaimed and highly received “Uncle Tom: An Oral History of the American Black Conservative” documentary is in the works for release this fall and is set to feature former pastor and current Christian educator Voddie Baucham.

The first film, which was produced by conservative talk show host Larry Elder and co-written with Chad Jackson, examined the black conservative movement and how they reject victim mentality while promoting self-empowerment, resulting in them being excoriated as sell-outs, house negroes, and “Uncle Toms” by their peers and the media. Elder explains in an interview with Jeff Carlin:

The ‘Uncle Tom’ movie simply asks a very simple question: Why can’t we have an intelligent, healthy discussion within the Black community without a whole cadre of well-educated, bright, thoughtful Black people being maligned and discarded as sellouts? What’s prompting this?

The film has a 96-percent critics score on Rotten Tomatoes, a 4.7/5 stars based on 4491 reviews on Amazon Prime video, and an 8.8/10 based on 5,556 reviews on IMDB.

Now, for the follow-up, Uncle Tom will feature Voddie Baucham in some capacity. Though no synopsis yet has been given, it is speculated by some that it will revolve in part around his battle against Critical Race Theory and the release of his book Fault Lines, which has many progressive pastors and activists levelling those same “Uncle Tom” charges against him.

Voddie, who is doing well after his heart surgery and was recently spotted doing an interview with Daily Wire, has not yet commented on the extent of his involvement.

5 thoughts on “Filmmakers Announce Documentary Sequel ‘Uncle Tom II’ Featuring Voddie Baucham

  1. It’s terrible how progressives have shown their hides by ignoring or slandering people like Voddie Baucham and Carol Swain. There are many more I’m sure, and I’m tired of people who love God and want to preserve truth being called slanderers by the ones doing the slandering.

    1. They also slander the original Uncle Tom, who was a fine Christian gentleman who sacrificed himself for others.

  2. I’m still waiting for TGC to write a book review for Voddie’s book Faultlines. I won’t hold my breathe.

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