Julie Dash’s ‘Daughters of The Dust’ and The Importance of Black Womanhood

#FUBU For Us By Us: Depictions of Black Girls and Women On Film By Black Women

Nearly one hundred years after motion pictures were invented, the first nationally distributed full length, feature film by an African American was released in the winter of 1992. Julie Dash’s sixteen year journey to complete this project finally culminated in…

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Carrie McClain

⭐️ Writer, Editor & Media Scholar with an affinity for red lipstick living in California. Writes about literature, art, cinema & amazing women. ⭐️