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Women of Color in Film and TV: ‘Pariah’

Pariah (2011), a film by Dee Rees Guest post written by Janyce Denise Glasper, originally published at Sugary Gingersnap. Cross posted with permission. An astounding, vibrant piece of finely weaved storytelling and thoughtfully spoken artistry, this independent film centers on Brooklyn high school teen, Alike (pronounced ah-lik-e) an exceptionally good student and aspiring poet from […]

LGBTQI Week: Pariah

Pariah (2011) This review by Monthly Guest Contributor Carrie Nelson previously appeared at Bitch Flicks on January 25, 2012.  I enjoyed many films in 2011. All of my favorite films of the year, however, were the ones that unnerved me with their honesty, sticking in my thoughts long after the end credits rolled. One of […]

Guest Writer Wednesday: Review – Pariah

Pariah (2011) This is a guest post from Carrie Nelson. I enjoyed many films in 2011. All of my favorite films of the year, however, were the ones that unnerved me with their honesty, sticking in my thoughts long after the end credits rolled. One of those films was Martha Marcy May Marlene, which I’ve […]