The Neighborhood – November 16 2020 – 11/16/2020 – Monday – CBS

Welcome to the Movement
Season 3, Episode 1
The Butlers and Johnsons unite when a member of their community is the victim of racial injustice.

About The Neighborhood

When Dave Johnson and his family arrive from Michigan, they’re unfazed that their new dream home is located in a community quite different from their previous small town. However, their opinionated next-door neighbor Calvin Butler is wary of the newcomers, certain that they’ll disrupt the culture on the block. Dave realizes that fitting in with the new community is more complex than he had expected, but if he can find a way to connect with Calvin, there’s an excellent chance of making the new neighborhood a great place to live.

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1 Response

  1. Paul Dean says:

    The S3/Ep1 (air date 11-16-2020) of “The Neighborhood”, titled “Welcome to the Movement”, was an affront to all decent, dedicated, hard working and non-racist law enforcement personnel who do a near impossible job in the time we now live. This episode ASSUMED that because an African-American was arrested and physical force was used, that it had to be unjustified and that racism was the cause of the incident from the outset. The reason I say ASSUMED is that the incident was not portrayed in the episode and only referred to verbally without an account of the facts in play leading up to, and during, the arrest. This is socially irresponsible in that it attempts to shame and taint ALL officers, not just the minority that deserve the criticism.

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