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It’s funny because I never studied, I never took a class. So everything I do is very innate and organic; I don’t really have words…
In my college days, I went wild with my hair. I dyed it every color in the book and, quite naturally, my hair would break…
I’m definitely in a place where I’m looking for different than what I’ve done in the past, just so I can go to work and…
I have a lot of compassion for human beings in life experiences, so I allow myself to feel what these characters are feeling and don’t…
I decided to start embracing and wearing my natural hair, but there was only one problem; I didn’t know what to do with it or…
Believe it or not, I loved my Jheri curl and thought it was beautiful on me. It actually made my hair grow like crazy. What…
Whatever it is that I feel, I express it! I am free with my joy, my laughter, my pleasure, my pain, and I am blessed…
I watched Westerns from the time I was a girl. My dad was a big Western fan. I always loved Clint Eastwood movies and ‘Westworld’,…
Thankfully, I was given a strong base by my parents, an understanding of who I was and my strength.
Self-esteem is such a challenging issue for young women.
Making ‘Beloved’ was an awesome experience.
If Judd Apatow called me, I’d do it without thinking about it. I think he does really fun movies.
I’m very free with all my emotions, whether it’s happy, sad, mad, glad, whatever.
I like movies that resonate, that give voice to the voiceless.
I don’t have to be glamorous all the time.
I have the right to shine my light! That’s what all women have. Once you own that, you can almost always shine your light.
I can be dramatic. I can be funny. I can be sexy. I can be sad. I can be glad.
I am actually very in touch with all of my emotions, from joy to pain, and I am free with them.
‘Beloved.’ That’s an amazing film and I’m sorry more people didn’t see it when it came out.
I love seeing my mom and my daughter embrace their natural hair. I’m glad I’ve embraced it, too.
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