Mariama Diallo

writer and director of “Master”

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In the film “Master,” three Black women are haunted by ghosts and institutional racism at a predominantly white liberal arts college.

Racism haunts professors and students in new horror film ‘Master’

In the film “Master,” three Black women are haunted by ghosts and institutional racism at a predominantly white liberal arts college.

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