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Silent Protest At ArcLight Over ‘The Birth Of A Nation’ Draws Crowd

BREAKING: More than 40 women and a few men held a candlelight vigil tonight outside the ArcLight theater in Hollywood to support the alleged rape victim at the center of the controversy surrounding The Birth of a Nation‘s director Nate Parker and co-writer Jean McGianni Celestin. The protesters, who sat in total silence, were demonstrating to bring attention to the alleged victim who 17 ye
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