EXCLUSIVE PODCAST: Filmmaker Haile Gerima left Ethopia for the US where he studied acting and ultimately found a voice in film, becoming a leading member of the "LA Rebellion" film movement. With an African American perspective on social commentary at the forefront of his work, his 1982 film Ashes and Embers is now being re-released through Array, the LA-based film collective founded by filmmaker Ava DuVernay. Today, Germina joins Elvis Mitchell in a discussion about cultural usurpation and historical discrimination in Hollywood.
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