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    'Black Folk Don’t...' Join the NRA In FINAL Episode Of The Series (Watch)

    'Black Folk Don’t...' Join the NRA In FINAL Episode Of The Series (Watch)

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    'Black Folk Don’t...' Do Feminism In Episode 4 Of The Series (Watch)

    'Black Folk Don’t...' Do Feminism In Episode 4 Of The Series (Watch)

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    'Black Folk Don’t...' Do Plastic Surgery In Episode 3 Of The Series (Watch)

    'Black Folk Don’t...' Do Plastic Surgery In Episode 3 Of The Series (Watch)

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    'Black Folk Don’t...' Live To The End Of Horror Movies In Episode 2 Of The Series

    'Black Folk Don’t...' Live To The End Of Horror Movies In Episode 2 Of The Series

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    Interview: Talking Hot Topics in Black Culture with 'Black Folk Don't' Creator Angela Tucker

    This week premiered Season 3 of Black Folk Don’t, director-producer Angela Tucker’s satirical documentary web series exploring common stereotypes about African Americans.

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    'Black Folk Don't' Series Returns For A 3rd Season Starting On Monday, December 2

    'Black Folk Don't' Series Returns For A 3rd Season Starting On Monday, December 2

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    Interracial Couple In Their 70s Look To Spice Up Marriage In Angela Tucker's Next (Fundraising)

    Angela Tucker (creator of the awesome Black Folk Don’t web series previously featured on this blog, as well as producer of Yoruba Richen's award-winning new documentary The New Black) is putting on her director hat this time around to helm a short film titled Just The Three Of Us, which center on a ...

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    If She Can See It, She Can Be It - Panel Discussion in NYC on April 11

    The NY International Children's Film Festival

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