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Gia #HFF17 Mary’s Medicine Review

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move Mary’s Medicine tells the true story of half Jamaican, half Scottish nurse Mary Seacole a pioneer of controversial holistic medicinal practices during Victorian England. So controversial that the famed Lady of the Lamp,... Continue Reading →

Black Women’s Playwrights 12 Tweets @ 12Noon

On Monday, April 23, in honor of William Shakespeare's 448th birthday, the Black Women Playwrights' Group (BWPG) of Washington, DC, will launch a new series of play excerpts called 12Tweets@12Noon. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from April 23 until May... Continue Reading →

Final Cut Radio Gets “Curvatude” From “Precious” Actress Erica Watson

When I decided to call the show, FAT BITCH, a lot of people were offended, especially other fat bitches...

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