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Words of wisdom and inspirational quotes from a few of our favorite leading ladies in the entertainment industry.
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"For a couple of days, I couldn't get out of the bed, I didn't care. That's not me," shared Taraji P. Henson on her new Facebook Watch series, Peace of Mind with Taraji.
Regina King has been a motivational force in the Black community since her days on 227. The actress, director, and producer is the recipient of an Academy Award, a Golden Globe Award, and four acting Primetime Emmy Awards, the most for an African-American performer.
The Emmy, Grammy, and Tony -- takes a breath -- award winner that is Billy Porter will make his feature directorial debut in What If?
"Somebody that's nurturing. I've got a list. That's probably why my a** is still single, but yeah, it's a list."
Lucille Bridges, famously known for walking her then 6-year-old daughter Ruby Bridges through screaming crowds as she became the first Black student at an all-white New Orleans elementary school, passed away at the age of 86.
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