Kamilah Forbes

Executive producer of the Apollo Theater, director of “Between the World and Me”

Executive producer of the Apollo Theater, director of “Between the World and Me”

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In the new film version of “ Between the World and Me ,” now streaming on HBO Max, Black actors and activists perform stirring monologues from Ta-Nehisi Coates’s 2015 book.

In a moment of racial reckoning, Kamilah Forbes quickly turned ‘Between the World and Me’ into a film

In the new film version of “ Between the World and Me ,” now streaming on HBO Max, Black actors and activists perform stirring monologues from Ta-Nehisi Coates’s 2015 book.

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