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The “Black Film Archive” Is Shining A Spotlight On Rare Black MoviesThe Root

28-year-old Maya Cade is being called a Huffpost “Culture Shifter,” for the release of her latest project, “The Black Film Archive.” Birthed from a Twitter thread in the summer of 2020 where she asked her followers to contribute the names of some of their favorite Black films, Cade was inspired to curate an online…

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