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“When They See Us” Shows How Black Slang Was Criminalized For The Central Park 5 & It Still Is Today | Bustle

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Nylah Burton, Bustle Atsushi Nishijima/Netflix. Featured Image DuVernay’s new Netflix docuseries When They See Us depicts the heartbreaking story of the 1990 Central Park Five case in which a group of young Black and Latinx boys were convicted of a crime that they did not commit. Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana, and Korey Wise, falsely confessed to […]
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Ava DuVernay becomes first black woman to direct a $100 million movie | Chicago Tribune DuVernay was also the first black woman to get a budget of over $100 million to direct a film.">Ava DuVernay becomes first black woman to direct a $100 million movie | Chicago Tribune DuVernay was also the first black woman to get a budget of over $100 million to direct a film.

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DuVernay was also the first black woman to get a budget of over $100 million to direct a film.
Ava DuVernay becomes first black woman to direct a $100 million movie | Chicago Tribune DuVernay was also the first black woman to get a budget of over $100 million to direct a film." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

I Saw Myself in ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’ But I Had to Work Hard. | The New York Times It is still my favorite from childhood, but now, rather than contort myself into Meg, I am able to see how the novel’s play with time and space continues to influence me as an African-American writer.">I Saw Myself in ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’ But I Had to Work Hard. | The New York Times It is still my favorite from childhood, but now, rather than contort myself into Meg, I am able to see how the novel’s play with time and space continues to influence me as an African-American writer.

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It is still my favorite from childhood, but now, rather than contort myself into Meg, I am able to see how the novel’s play with time and space continues to influence me as an African-American writer.
I Saw Myself in ‘A Wrinkle in Time.’ But I Had to Work Hard. | The New York Times It is still my favorite from childhood, but now, rather than contort myself into Meg, I am able to see how the novel’s play with time and space continues to influence me as an African-American writer." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

Ava DuVernay’s Fiercely Feminine Vision for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ | The New York Times She made the movie she wanted, about a multiracial world and the loss of a beloved parent. “I know it’s $100 million” for Disney, she says. “They’ll be fine.”">Ava DuVernay’s Fiercely Feminine Vision for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ | The New York Times She made the movie she wanted, about a multiracial world and the loss of a beloved parent. “I know it’s $100 million” for Disney, she says. “They’ll be fine.”

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She made the movie she wanted, about a multiracial world and the loss of a beloved parent. “I know it’s $100 million” for Disney, she says. “They’ll be fine.”
Ava DuVernay’s Fiercely Feminine Vision for ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ | The New York Times She made the movie she wanted, about a multiracial world and the loss of a beloved parent. “I know it’s $100 million” for Disney, she says. “They’ll be fine.”" class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

‘The Universe Is Wide Open’: Ava Duvernay’s Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Pure Black Girl Delight | The Grapevine Around here in Nerdlandia (them more than me), we love comic books, Marvel reboots and some other weird shit.">‘The Universe Is Wide Open’: Ava Duvernay’s Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Pure Black Girl Delight | The Grapevine Around here in Nerdlandia (them more than me), we love comic books, Marvel reboots and some other weird shit.

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Around here in Nerdlandia (them more than me), we love comic books, Marvel reboots and some other weird shit.
‘The Universe Is Wide Open’: Ava Duvernay’s Wrinkle in Time Trailer Is Pure Black Girl Delight | The Grapevine Around here in Nerdlandia (them more than me), we love comic books, Marvel reboots and some other weird shit." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More