The Oprah Winfrey Network’s “Queen Sugar,” created and directed by Ava DuVernay, challenges stereotypes of the Black family and highlights its resilience amid challenges.
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Adam Hubert is a recent graduate of Berry College in Georgia, and currently a part of the Greensboro Fellows Program. Adam doesn't have the skills to be a rapper, so he writes about them. Adam's work has been published on Blavity.com and The Odyssey Online. Find him on Twitter @_aHuby.
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