Sound Off: 'For Colored Girls' Review

When it was announced in 2009 that Tyler Perry would be directing Ntozake Shange's womanist masterpiece, "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf," Black women, especially the literary types, went nuts. The prevailing thought was that the man who made (and wears "Madea") had no business touching a production that was a turning-point for art by and about Black women...
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