African-American Television Writers: Breaking Barriers & Creating History

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No Laughing Matter: Denitria “Dee” Harris-Lawrence
In a field where African-Americans have been traditionally seen as comedic talent, breaking into television drama is no easy feat. Denitria “Dee” Harris-Lawrence has done just that. Her work goes back to the days of “New York Undercover,” and extends to current dramas like “Officers on Duty,” “Summerland,” “Saving Grace” and “Detroit 1-8-7.”

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