On the heels of OWN’s special on black women in Hollywood and the discussion between Viola Davis, Alfre Woodard, Phylica Rashad, and Gabrielle Union on competition for roles, it’s refreshing to see Sanaa Lathan bucking against the stereotype. Though it’s natural for women who are vying for the same few parts to, at times, take out their frustrations and jealousy on one another, Sanaa Lathan says her fellow acting sisters have been her support system in this industry. Check out what she had to say about her BFFs Gabby Union and Regina Hall when we chatted with her at P&G’s My Black is Beautiful event.
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