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The Most Popular Black Actresses In The Industry Aren’t Impressed With Hollywood

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The Most Popular Black Actresses In The Industry Aren’t Impressed With Hollywood

By INEYE KOMONIBO via https://www.refinery29.com/

Over the last decade, the demographics in Hollywood have shifted, thanks to an overwhelming push for better on-screen representation by actors and the audiences watching them at home. More than ever before, we see increased diversity in our television shows and feature films. But, if you ask the women of Black Hollywood, the industry still has a long, long way to go.T Magazine gathered seven of the most successful Black actresses, including Mary J. Blige, Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis, Kimberly Elise, Halle Berry, Lynn Whitfield, and Angela Bassett, to discuss the importance of sisterhood in their profession. Many of them had met before — Black people always find each other…

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