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Ruth Carter and Cynthia Erivo on Clothes, Culture and Self-Expression | The New York Times Style Magazine

Two creative people in two different fields in one wide-ranging conversation. “This has been a long time coming!” said Ruth Carter, 59, in her Academy Award acceptance speech for best costume design for her work on the film “Black Panther” (2018). Carter, who was born in Springfield, Mass., and lives in Los Angeles, is the first African-American to win that Oscar, and her résumé reads like a tour through the past three decades of black cinema: After getting her start with the director Spike Lee on “School Daze” (1988) and “Do the Right Thing” (1989), she went on to costume […]

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Girl, 12, Describes Killing Of a Black Panther Here | The New York Times

Max H. Seigel, The New York Times Donny Hathaway died in 1979 after a fall from a hotel room window. On Wednesday, his daughter Lalah will honor him with a concert of his music. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images. Featured Image About the Archive This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. To preserve these articles as they originally appeared, The Times does not alter, edit or update them. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. Please send reports of such problems to [email protected] 12‐year‐old […]

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With ‘Black Panther’ and now ‘Us,’ Winston Duke is on a Roll | AFRO

Lindsey Bahr, AP Film Writer, AFRO Photographed By Erik Tanner, Featured Image ANGELES (AP) — Winston Duke went from relative obscurity to being a household name with his first film and he wasn’t even the lead, or second or third performer listed for that matter. That the first film in question was “Black Panther” didn’t hurt, but that Duke still managed to stand out as rival Wakandan leader M’Baku amid such star power and spectacle is all the more impressive. But how do you follow that kind of breakout? For Duke, it meant looking for something completely different. The Tobago-born, […]

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‘Black Panther’ Princess Letitia Wright Is Ready To Rule If Required | Deadline Shuri’s fate was left unclear at the end of the Infinity War film. However, in the comic books, her genius-level intellect, martial arts skills, and transmorphic ability saw her tested and approved for the role of Black Panther and ruler of Wakanda.

Shuri’s fate was left unclear at the end of the Infinity War film. However, in the comic books, her genius-level intellect, martial arts skills, and transmorphic ability saw her tested and approved for the role of Black Panther and ruler of Wakanda.

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Shuri Is an Official Disney Princess Confirms Black Panther Star | MovieWeb "...I grew up on Disney movies and grew up with the Disney Princesses and they didn't really look like me. But now, you can go buy action figures and say this is a Disney Princess... right on!"

“…I grew up on Disney movies and grew up with the Disney Princesses and they didn’t really look like me. But now, you can go buy action figures and say this is a Disney Princess… right on!”

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