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Baratunde Thurston - On Tyler Perry and The Future of Black Film

from ReelBlack Author and comedian BARATUNDE THURSTON shares his thoughts on the state of popular African-American film and his hopes for the future. His new memoir, HOW TO BE BLACK is available now from Harper Collins.
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