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As someone who's been a working journalist and video content creator for more than a decade, I want to take my storytelling to the next level, particularly when it comes to telling the stories of black women. I want to be someone who helps change the narrative. The 20th anniversary of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) seemed like the right place to cultivate creative inspiration.
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Netflix will spend $5 billion on content this year.
Degrassi: Next Class
Class is back in session.
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"I think if anything, we're back to our real roots."
Bring on the baby tees and velour hoodies!
It's time to say goodbye.
In case you forgot, the first season of "Degrassi Junior High" came out a long time ago. Almost 30 years ago, to be exact, and our beloved stars have grown up a lot since then. While most of them hav...
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