Black Director Wins Oscar For “Undefeated” H.S. Football Documentary

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TJ Martin, an African American director has won an Oscar for his documentary “Undefeated” about a Memphis High School football team that overcame considerable odds to have an undefeated season.

The movie was executive produced by Sean “P Diddy” Combs and Martin is the first African American director to win an Oscar for best documentary.

Martin also made history by becoming the 2nd person to drop an “F-Bomb” at the Oscars during his acceptance speech.

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