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The Cast Of 'When They See Us' And The Exonerated Five Contemplates Freedom For Black Boys In America
"Somewhere in that darkness, we got the message that we had to brighten our own lights," one of the Exonerated Five, Yusef Salaam, shared.
In this op-ed, Senior Entertainment Editor Joi-Marie McKenzie reflects on Ava DuVernay's latest must-see series, premiering on Netflix today.
Still, the cast of the upcoming Netflix series makes it clear that this story is not about Trump, but about the five men at the center of a mighty injustice.
The streaming giant purchased the rights to "Atlantiques" by filmmaker Mati Diop, the first Black woman to win the Grand Prix prize at the prestigious festival.
The streaming service has a number of incredible new titles, including Ava DuVernay's "When They See Us" and cult classic "B*A*P*S."
"I am so excited to come play in this wonderful sandbox they have created for storytellers,” said King.
Beyonce landed a three-project deal with Netflix worth $60 million.
To all the hardworking moms out there, Bey spoke your truth.
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“This is a pivotal moment in my life and in my career, so it will be onstage,” said Hart.
“I am introducing six of my favorite comedians – in my eyes, they are super stars," said Haddish.
"I knew that he would be able to find Juanita in a way that I could really inhabit her," Alfre Woodard told ESSENCE.
In Netflix’s movie “Juanita,” Alfre Woodard stars as a woman who seeks to answer that question and transforms her life.
"Girl, I don't fantasize!" Alfre Woodard tells ESSENCE.
The streaming service has a number of great new titles set to drop in March, but here are seven that you have to add to your watchlist.