Vertus Hardiman hid a shocking secret under a wig & beanie for over 80 years. He was experimented on at age of 5 by a county hospital in Indiana during 1927. Vertus was one of ten children, all experimented on with radiation that day.
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A African American female filmmaker is suing Chris Rock for $4 million dollars and trying to block the release of his upcoming documentary “Good Hair” from National release. “Good Hair” was be released in certain cities on Friday and goes nationwide on Oct. 23.
Regina Kimbell sued Rock and several film companies in federal court in Los Angeles on Monday, claiming Rock’s project is a copycat of her film, “My Nappy Roots.”Kimbell states she screened her film for the comedian in 2007. The lawsuit states “My Nappy Roots” traces the business and cultural history of black hair care and has otherwise only been shown at colleges and film festivals since its completion in 2006.Her lawsuit claims several of elements of her film have been blatantly copied.Rock’s publicist declined to comment.
This is a documentary called “Black Women Walking” by Tracey Rose its kinda based on Eyecalon’e 2005 essay called “Holla“.