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Celeste Crenshaw

Celeste Crenshaw (North Carolina) is a Washington based and emmy-nominated producer who began her career in 1978 at a PBS affiliate, WETA-TV. Many programs and years later she, along with Ms. Caffey, created and produced a daily news magazine show for the Black Entertainment Television Network (BET), “Screen Scene” which ran for seven seasons. Ms. Crenshaw has written for network television, including the award winning Hispanic Heritage Awards specials and currently has a feature screenplay in development. (04/00)

Black Women On: The Light, Dark Thang
A film by Celeste Crenshaw and Paula Caffey, 1999, 52 min., Color

BLACK WOMEN ON: THE LIGHT, DARK THANG explores the politics of color within the African-American community. Women representing a variety of hues--fro...

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