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A source says it's a wrap for the couple.
by Helena Andrews onAugust 25, 2011
Single-Minded: We assign too much importance to the success or failure of a couple we don't even know. Calm down, people.
June 17, 2011
This week on the Confab: Join Teresa Wiltz, senior editor at The Root, as she chats with Washington Reporter Cynthia Gordy and contributors Jenée Desmond-Harris and Mason Jamal about dispelling myths about black fathers, Weinergate and interracial dating on the show Hawthorne.
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A new season of Jada Pinkett Smith's medical drama premieres tonight. Will her character ever date a black man?
June 23, 2010
Jada dishes on Jaden's first kiss and on body image issues.
by Michael E. Ross onJune 17, 2009
Hawthorne’ revives a rarely visited subgenre of TV hospital drama. And with Jada Pinkett Smith starring and producing, the show may provide a fresh showcase for black talent.
by Amy Alexander onDecember 16, 2008
Male critics have panned "The Women," and maybe that's why you should see it.
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