(In)visible Portraits, Oge Egbuonu's feature directorial debut, reinforces that awareness and explores generations of otherizing Black women.
The gripping documentary Egbuonu calls her "love letter to Black women" blends the history of oppression, present-day realities and optimism for future generations.
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And as certain brands enforce the retirement of racial stereotypes, and protests against racial and gender injustices continue across the nation, Egbuonu believes today is the right time for this film to reeducate communities "on how to honor Black women and to know our history."
Oge Egbuonu: First and foremost, this film is for Black women.
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