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Subject of landmark Supreme Court case in film censorship, this story about a mulatto woman's rights against prejudice, became itself, a battle for civil rights.
Movies just show how we got there it was some good people along the way..
Here is an interesting movie! "Pinky" is about a light-skinned young black woman from the deep South who goes north for nursing school, where she passed for white.
This movie is just as good as Imitation of Life(which is one of my favorite classics!!!)
One of my favorite movies. Purchased because I named by god baby after this movie.Published 14 days ago by Toya Winder
Jeanne Crain's performance in this movie took a lot of guts! This is not one of the best movies that helps the image of African Americans, however, it does reflect on levels of... Read morePublished 16 days ago by Nylevette Milligan-Moore
Pinky, 1949 film
A steam locomotive runs in the background. A young woman walks along a dirt road carrying a suitcase and stops at a humble cottage. Read more
Jeanne Cain played the role of a light skinned afro american woman very well. Complex stories like this one make me think about how far we come and how far we to go.Published 2 months ago by Jennifer Smith