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‘Brown Sugar’ Was More Than a Love Story. It’s an Ode to Black Feminism.

The film, featuring Sanaa Lathan, gifted us a woman coming into her own as a writer, steeped in the womanist tradition

Sanaa Lathan and Taye Diggs in “Brown Sugar” (2002). Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures

When did you fall in love with hip-hop?

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Ravynn K. Stringfield

Ravynn K. Stringfield

Ravynn K. Stringfield (@RavynnKaMia) is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at William & Mary. She is a dog mom, new yogi and hazelnut latte enthusiast.

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