Malcolm-Jamal Warner was at the forefront of the black family that changed the way people viewed African Americans when he starred as Theo Huxtable on The Cosby Show. Now, years later, the 49-year-old actor continues to use his voice to help fight against racial injustice with his new documentary, Word Warriors III, out June 19.
“Word Warriors is a film that follows a couple of different poets and chronicles life as a black man,” Warner tells ET’s Kevin Frazier. The doc also explores the concept of using one’s words as a weapon of peace versus guns and violence.
Written by Takia “Tizzi” Green and Lyah Beth LeFlore and directed by Green and Jamal Joseph, Word Warriors III also features Amiri Baraka, Daniel Beaty, Abiodun Oyewole, Ise Lyfe and Amina Baraka, among many others . (Click Here For More)