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25 February 2004 | by (Danville, Virginia) – See all my reviews

This celebration of Beah Richard's life moved my spirit. She defines the very essence of the Black Women. She has motivated me to just Be. This women inspires me to be a higher me. There is grace in her presence. I am interested in reading some of the scripts she performed. I think everyone could learn a lesson from this women. We learn about great educators and leaders, she should be at the top of the list. I regret that I never met this women but she is loved. She is love. And to the director...Your strength and love was demonstrated in this documentary. No one could have done a better job. I have much respect for you. You recognize where we still stand in this struggle and you never let it stop you in your own acting career.


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