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Meagan Good and Tamara Bass want black sisterhood to be a strong negative in film again.
Both star in the upcoming film If Not Now, When?
The film will follow four friends, that have grown apart but are brought back together and discover their friendship is still strong.
Good reached out via Instagram post to share this message about the upcoming flick, and how to donate to see more movies like this made”
“Do you miss movies like Waiting To Exhale, Set It Off or The Women Of Brewster Place? “The kind of movies that explored sisterhood and sometimes our struggles. Films that inspired us, empowered us…and made us love ourselves a little bit more? I do. These kind of projects set the tone in our communities for who we are, what we deserve and helped us to see that sky is not even the limit in terms of what we’re capable of achieving.”
I understand the point of seeing successful, black women on television programs and movies as it gives a stronger sense of ‘you can do anything no matter your color or gender.’
With reality TV shows seemingly so intent on turning women against each other, I believe their desire to portray the positive of sisterhood is inspiring.
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