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by Jorge Rivas on September 28 2012, 11:45AM
An estimated 50 parents and teachers demonstrated outside the “Won’t Back Down” film premiere in New York Sunday.
by Jorge Rivas on February 26 2012, 7:19PM
Viola Davis walks the Oscar red carpet with her natural hair.
by Jorge Rivas on February 24 2012, 3:30PM
Viola Davis attended Essence Magazine’s Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon at the Beverly Hills Hotel last night.
by Jorge Rivas on February 17 2012, 3:36PM
Watch a rare side of Viola Davis and Oprah Winfrey.
by Jorge Rivas on February 16 2012, 10:30AM
“My mother has yet to see the movie… I think it’s just because — I think it’s painful. You have a whole generation of women who don’t want to be reminded of the past,” Davis said.
by Jorge Rivas on February 14 2012, 2:11PM
Oscar nominee Viola Davis sat next to fashion royalty Andre Leon Talley and Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Anna Wintour, at the Vera Wang Fall 2012 fashion show on Tuesday.
by Jorge Rivas on February 10 2012, 1:45PM
The interview was more of a heated debate but it offered insight in to the minds of both actresses and how they feel about the criticism ‘The Help’ has received.
by Jorge Rivas on February 6 2012, 6:18PM
Viola Davis like you’ve never seen her before.
by Jorge Rivas on January 30 2012, 10:25AM
When Viola Davis won a SAG Award for Outstanding Female Actress in a leading role Sunday night her acceptance speech included a special note for the students at Segue Institute of Learning in Central Falls, Rhode Island.
by Jorge Rivas on January 25 2012, 10:56AM
During Newsweek’s Oscar roundtable, Viola Davis tried to speak about the difficulties of being a black actress in Hollywood—but a well-intentioned reply from Theron was just another example of the problem.
by Jorge Rivas on January 17 2012, 5:51PM
Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer made in to W Magazine’s best performance issue that highlights twenty of “this years brightest stars.”
by Jorge Rivas on January 17 2012, 2:10PM
According to the historians about the only thing that’s true in the film is that working black women in the South often labored as domestic servants in white homes.
by Jorge Rivas on January 5 2012, 3:03PM
Regardless of how you feel about ‘The Help,’ you gotta give it to Viola Davis for not being afraid to talk about race.