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How Tyler Perry turned an artistic classic into a crude cartoon.
Thandie Newton chats with The Root about playing the tough-talking, sex-obsessed Tangie in Tyler Perry's For Colored Girls.
The men of For Colored Girls betray black women at every turn. One writer wonders where all the positive roles for black men have gone.
Tyler Perry told the women of The View that For Colored Girls haunted him. But did it haunt someone else first?
In this exclusive interview with The Root’s contributing editor Harriette Cole, playwright-poet-novelist Ntozake Shange talks about the strokes that almost took her life, the new novel she wrote with her sister and what she told Tyler Perry when he told her he wanted to adapt her Tony Award-winning choreopoem, For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf, for the big screen. (Hint: She’s not a fan of Madea.)
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