DOCUMENTARY

AWARD WINNING DOCUMENTARY - BEAUTIFUL ME!

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Recommended For: Corporations, Colleges/Universities, High/Middle/Elementary Schools, & Non-Profits  

Subjects: Race, African American, Black, Self-Esteem, Visual Art, Social Justice, Empowerment, Media, Black Art, Colorism, Civil Rights, Slavery, & Women Issues… 

Time: 58 minutes  

Special Discount Price: $499.00
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Checks and money orders are accepted. Contact Ruby@ForBlackGirls.org for more information.

 (Regular Price: $649.99)

Includes:
Beautiful Me Documentary DVD
Educational Use License
Discussion Guide PDF 

 

Testimony

Beautiful Me” has the power to transform lives by assisting girls and women, especially women/girls of color, to embrace the “skin they are in,” and combat their fears and feelings of inferiority by promoting African-American beauty.” 

~ Rev. Vondol Hammond, Founder of The Lancaster Teenage Girls Empowerment Summit

Help a black girl and black woman embrace her BEAUTY – PRE-ORDER TODAY!

Every single girl and woman deserves to feel BEAUTIFUL, yet society and everything that swirls around us robs us of that right.  

The Beautiful Me documentary was created to lift up black girls who struggle to embrace their beauty, to validate them, to provide a safe space for an honest conversation, and to celebrate black identity. 

This documentary seeks to bring light to the devastation black girls and women experience because of the globalized narrative of pale-skinned, blue-eyed, blonde haired beauty and debunk the traditional American, media-driven dehumanization and sexualization of the African American female.

Screenings

Past Showings

November 12, 2016
Reading Film Fest
(Under) Skin Deep Documentaries
GoggleWorks Theater
201 Washington St.
Reading, PA 19601
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SEPTEMBER 12, 2016
The Princeton Independent Film Festival
Nassau Inn
Princeton, NJ
princetonindependentfilmfestival.com

 

Available for Future Screenings

To schedule a screening in your community, school, organization, or home, please contact Screenings@ForBlackGirls.org for more details. 

(Public screenings will be scheduled to begin immediately after the film’s official release date: September 27th, 2017)

 

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