From Roger Belgrave of the Brampton Guardian:
- Actor shares her story of fighting entertainment industry’s black stereotypes
“Television and stage star Trey Anthony remembers sitting at the back of the school’s cafeteria playing dominoes at what she and friends warmly referred to as the “black table.” Anthony graduated from Notre Dame Secondary School in the mid-1990s, but was recently back in the familiar school surroundings. On this occasion, the award-winning playwright and creator, executive producer and star of Global Television’s da Kink In My Hair was standing on stage at the front of the room as a keynote speaker for Black History Month.” Read more.
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