If you’re interested in learning about an activist and entertainer who in addition to being one of the first Black movie stars was also the first person to have a platinum album, the first Black person to win an Emmy, and the first Black television producer, then my Harry Belafonte Black Black History Facts profile is for you.
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“Just As I Am” is a memoir about the long and storied life of legendary actress Cicely Tyson. Clocking in at 400+ pages, the book discusses the nitty gritty of her personal life and professional career. With refreshing candor, Tyson looks back over her life to discuss how the circumstances of her childhood in Harlem later shaped her relationship with herself and others.
Summary Teddy Pendergrass: If You Don’t Know Me is an inspirational 2018 documentary directed by Olivia Lichtenstein about the life and career of the legendary R&B singer. Born and raised…