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‘There’s no evidence that checking a box — whether it’s one box or multiple boxes — no evidence that it’s making any changes in society,’ Jaskolski said. He also said he’s not denying his race as some have argued — but embracing both.
— Eric Jaskolski interviewed by Beverly Taylor for FOX6 News Milwaukee
“Being in a (race) box, what is it doing? To me it’s making everything even more divided.”
— Eric Jaskolski interviewed by Milwaukee's NBC 4
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(The film) hit home on so many levels for me…very eye-opening.
— Adam Carolla
‘I Am’ demolishes Identity Politics.
— HOLLYWOOD IN TOTO
 
Tomi Lahren: ‘Very powerful…and everyone should see this film.’
— The Tomi Show on The Blaze
 
I Am or How Jack Became Black may have one questioning what box they fit into and how they came to fit into it. Are we ready for such a conversation in these turbulent political times? -
— TheBlackGeeks.com
 
It is a fascinating (and disturbing) exploration of the contemporary subordination of the individual to careerist bureaucracies and anti-humanist orthodoxies.
— NationalReview.com
 
A stuntman, an actor, and a documentarian sit for a free for all discussion on I Am or How Jack Became Black
— The Great American Podcast
 
This film is a wonderful exploration into the reality multiracial people deal with in identifying with the different cultures that make up their ancestral background….What I find interesting about his film making it that he is deaf. While this is not a topic of his latest film, it intrigued me to know how it impacts his filmmaking style...
— www.mixedmodernfamily.com
 
Documentary filmmaker Eli Steele sits with host Aling Zhang in Los Angeles California to discuss his newly released documentary film ‘I Am or How Jack Became Black’.
— www.v3tv.uk