Reviewing every Black film ever: 'The Micheaux Mission'
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Robert Monroe emailed us at [email protected] to tell us about his favorite podcast, "The Micheaux Mission". The show's name comes from the pioneering African-American filmmaker Oscar Micheaux and in it hosts Len Webb and Vince Williams are on a mission to watch and review every single Black film ever made. We play some of 'The Micheaux Mission' episode about 'Daughters Of The Dust', an independent film from 1991 that's written, directed and produced by Julie Dash, and set on an island off the coast of South Carolina in 1902
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