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Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's novel Half of a Yellow Sun, one of the films to premiere in Toronto this year, is part of a new wave of films with roots in Britain about the black experience. TIFF hide caption

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British Filmmakers Shift American 'Conversation On Race'

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'Valentine Road': A Path To Teen Tragedy

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Latino Rebels: Getting Stories From The Ground Up

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Project Plié: Bringing Color To Ballet's Corps

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The Competing Interests Behind Smokey Bear And The Crying Indian

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Are Somali-Americans More Likely To Be Radicalized?

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The Root 100: A Who's Who Of Black America

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Univ. Of Alabama Sororities Accept A Few Students Of Color

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David Dinkins: Leading New York Is The 'Greatest Job There Is'

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Cuban Defector Yasiel Puig Ignites Los Angeles Dodgers

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