INVISIBLE WOMEN: BEING A BLACK WOMAN IN CORPORATE AMERICA (2016)
Director: Melody Shere'a
Screenwriter: Melody Shere'a & Monica Simmons
Executive Producer: Monica Simmons
DOCUMENTARY ADDRESSES RACE-RELATED ISSUES AFFECTING BLACK WOMEN IN THE CORPORATE WORKPLACE "Invisible Women: Being a Black Woman in Corporate America"
"For too long, women have been underrepresented, passed over, underpaid, harassed and bullied in the workplace. Like many black women, I’m an educated and ambitious woman who has all the skills to lead, and still I experience many acts of race and gender discrimination during my career journey. It’s a real and raw reality for black women, which at times leaves us feeling broken, hopeless, isolated and generally devastated. I chose this documentary as a method to share some women's horrid stories with the world. I am unapologetic and taking a stand for US." Melody Shere'a, director of 'Invisible Women'
Screenwriter: Gini Graham Scott
Assoc Producer: Melody Shere'a (HNTT Productions),
Genre: Drama / Suspense / Thriller
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Among those recently cast are Lorenzo Lamas, the star of Falcon Crest, a Golden Globe winning TV show; Jason Richter, a star in Disney’s $200 million dollar Free Willy franchise; Stephen Manley from Star Trek, and Aaron Strong, from the new Bourne film starring Matt Damon.
You can see the film listed on IMDB (the International Movie Database) at http://www.imdb.com/title/tt5240090.