#ReginaKimbell the Woman Who Inspired Documentaries like “Good Hair”

Black women in film—making history sharing our hair-itage

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As we celebrate Black hair history and a victory in the passing of The Crown Act, I’d like to close out Women’s History Month, by remembering #ReginaKimbell the original co-writer & producer of My Nappy Roots: A Journey Through Black Hair-itage. Ms…

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Writer, matriarch, educator & advocate with bylines in Zora, Momentum, An Injustice!, Illumination, Creators Hub, etc. Community Builder #FoodieFridays

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