He described her as brilliant in 2016. However, during the 90s, Will did not show love and appreciation for her contributions to the show. Her fellow actors and producers refused to stand up for her; they buried her dreams.
Another excellent lesson for your readers.
I’m not an emotional person, but this piece keeps me in every line. Instead of saving it for evening or tomorrow, I continue reading it.
I see this every day from supermarket store’s cashier to a leader in the church. Black woman is difficult — is a part of the US culture. They see nothing good in “ a Black woman” who chooses not to bleach.
Yes, she was (she is) brilliant and I guess he was not ready to give her credit. He advanced his career because of her. Why now?
It starts with me and I work hard to be conscious of any adjectives I use in describing myself and other Black women. We are enough!
Yes, I am conscious because we tend practice what is popular.
Brilliant work. Way to go!