That's what he was saying, the civil rights movement - judge me for my character, not how black my skin is, not how yellow my skin is, how short I am, how tall or fat or thin; It's by my character.
And as I reinvent myself and I'm constantly curious about everything, I can't wait to see what's around the corner in newfound art and entertainment and exploration.
I love the hip-hop nation.
I grew up in a family where we weren't allowed to talk about beauty or to put any emphasis on physical appearance.
Me, sexy? I'm just plain ol' beans and rice.
Driving a cab is not really a nurturing type of relationship. You take people and they tip you, they may not tip you, you don't know their names, they don't care about you, you don't care about them.
I do a movie once every four years and they call it a comeback.
I thought I would be Sheena of the Jungle as a little girl.
I am really blessed and very grateful for it.
I like serious films, the moneymaking blockbusters that don't make any kind of sense and John Carpenter films.
My family was very, very receptive to all; all races, religions.
There are just certain realities about our world and I just happen to be creative within it.
This whole beauty thing is something I've never comprehended.
I've never considered myself to be beautiful, and I still don't.
Women are allowed more freedoms and we're fighting for more freedoms, we're experiencing more freedoms won.
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