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The Other Black Girl Spotlights Racial Identity in the Workplace

In 1997, Dr. Beverly Tatum posed the question “Why Are All The Black Kids Sitting Together At Lunch?” in her book entitled after said question. In it, she explores how Black children develop their identity amongst the racist stigmas attached to Blackness. She claims that in order for Black children to formulate a positive racial identity, they are best guided by the support of peers of the same race.read more.

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Filmmaker Nisha Ganatra Creates her Space in Hollywood

Today is the 23-year anniversary of writer and director Nisha Ganatra’s first independent film, Chutney Popcorn, making today the perfect day to celebrate this amazing filmmaker. 

Nisha Ganatra, born and raised in Canada, began her career as an actress, but soon shifted to filmmaking because, as she says in an interview with FF2 contributor Pamela Powell, she “wanted to tell stories.”read more.

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