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    NAACP Awards: Black Women Creators Thrive in TV

    Shonda Rhimes' "Scandal" took home Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series, while black women helmers took home the two main TV directing prizes (Milicent Shelton for "The Hustle" and Regina King for "Southland").

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    NAACP Awards: 2013 Was a Good Year for Black Men in Hollywood, Abysmal for Black Women

    The deplorable situation for black actresses is readily evident in the NAACP's Best Actress category: only two of the five nominees -- Jennifer Hudson in "Winnie Mandela" and Halle Berry in "The Call" -- actually played the protagonists of their respective movies.

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