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Yoruba Richen

Director of Promised Land, which looks at legal struggles over land ownership in contemporary South Africa. She’s also a former Democracy Now! producer. Most recently she co-produced and wrote The New Black, which is playing in film festivals now and set to air on PBS next year. The film plays at Frameline, the nation’s largest LGBT film festival, in San Francisco.

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