Eye On Black: Tatyana Ali, Anika Noni Rose, Nia Long, Yvette Brown

March 11, 2012 ‐ By

We caught up with the beautiful and dynamic actresses Tatyana Ali, Anika Noni Rose, Nia Long, and Yvette Brown at the Eye on Black event in Hollywood and asked them about their thoughts on diversity in cinema and the state of African-American representation in Hollywood.

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  • Kim

    Who is the guy in the video?

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  • Dfdlfd

    They are ALL so beautiful!

  • Creation1

    The problem is Beyonce is getting all the good roles. Clint Eastwood is giving her A Star is Born and she is not a trained actress.  That part should be given to a Broadway actress like Anika Rose, but she doesn’t meet Hollywood’s European standard of beauty.  Nia Long would have played a better role in Obsessed, but it was given to Beyonce.  The trained actresses need a job.  Let the singers sing and let the actresses act.

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