Press

Capital Research Center and Dangerous Documentaries produced a 14-minute cut of I Am that focuses solely on identity politics.

It is time to end identity politics.”
— Capital Research Center
I think as a multiracial you often encounter situations in the business world where how you chose to identify racially reflects on you. Because we come from two or more races, we can make people nervous. Where do my racial loyalties lie? Which race am I more of?”
— Eli Steele as told to Taylor Leddin of The American Genius
I Am gives a chilling insight into the practical consequences of identity politics, where individuality may take a backseat to racial stereotypes.”
— Lars Anders Johansson for Smedjan, Timbro (translated from Swedish)
 
...a new film that explores one filmmaker’s challenge to rise above Identity Politics and hold on to his individuality.”
— The Atlas Network and Taliesin Nexus

A brief overview of the press that I Am or How Jack Became Black has received as of April, 2017

 

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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
 
Very powerful…and everyone should see this film.”
— The Tomi Show
 
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