Tarantino claims that his movie was not made to exploit black people but is intended to encourage a dialogue about the holocaust of slavery in this country. Might I then suggest that he read "Worse than Slavery: Parchman Farm and the Ordeal of Jim Crow Justice" by
David M. Oshinsky. In it, Oshinsky makes it easy to understand why the period up until November of 2008 is commonly referred to by a lot of black people as "The Struggle." Slavery is exploitation in it's purest form.
I might also suggest that he look at the U.S. Statistical abstract, where with the help of a little math he will find that the murder rate for black men between the ages of 20 and 34 is about 49.0 per 100,000 as compared to 4.87 per 100,000 for the same age group of young white men(as estimated from 2008 data). And, most of those murders are done with hand guns.
I have not seen Mr. Tarantino's movie yet. I will respectfully refrain from insulting anyone's intelligence by trying to draw any direct correlations between a movie and violence on the street. My point is that if a man's bullshit sounds thin, he probably shouldn't do an interview.