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Has anything really changed since the days of American slavery when dark-skinned Blacks were made to suffer even greater indignities than their lighter skinned counterparts? Ask today’s dark Black woman.

Dual documentary Directors/Producers D. Channsin Berry (Urban Winter Entertainment) and Bill Duke (Duke Media) took their cameras into everyday America in search of pointed, unfiltered and penetrating interviews with Black women of the darkest hues for their emotional expose’, “Dark Girls”. Two years in the making and slated to premier down south at the International Black Film Festival in October in Nashville, “Dark Girls” pulls back our country’s curtain to reveal that the deep seated biases and hatreds of racism – within and outside of the Black American culture – remain bitterly entrenched.

Check out a preview below:

Dark Girls: Preview from Bradinn French on Vimeo.

“Dark Girls”, which will screen in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York following its Nashville premier, promises to be a proactive view. Berry concludes, “The skin issue is a discussion we all need to have once and for all…so we can eradicate it.” Read More here

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