Directed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
87 minutes, USA
In this film directed by famed portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Elvis Mitchell conducts riveting interviews with twenty prominent African American artists, CEOs, politicians, and activists. Chris Rock, Vernon Jordan, Toni Morrison, the Rev. Al Sharpton, and others reflect, often humorously, on what it means to be on the "blacklist."
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