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November 12, 2010 Guest blogger Jimi Izrael steps up to defend Tyler Perry's film For Colored Girls amid growing criticism of the project, especially from other men.
November 9, 2010 Host Michel Martin weighs in on the heavy criticism to Tyler Perry's For Colored Girls. She asks, what do you think?
Samoine Chapman pauses to think as she votes with her daughter Giada Chapman, 3, in Denver, Colorado, in the recent midterm elections.
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November 8, 2010 Host Michel Martin weighs in on criticism surrounding the new film For Colored Girls, especially those who feel the movie misrepresents their cultural interests. Martin asks whether the same frustration should be directed at government.
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Janet Jackson, who plays the role of Jo, is seen alongside co-star Omari Hardwick, who plays her husband Carl, in the film For Colored Girls.
November 5, 2010 NPR's Lee Hill shares his opinion about the movie For Colored Girls and why he's tired of seeing the same old narrative when it comes to black men.
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