The First Black Stuntwoman

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The First Black Stuntwoman
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The First Black Stuntwoman / Louise Johnson| interviewed by and produced by Karole Selmon. - Louise Johnson discusses her early years as an abused child, and the denial of a good education. She then traces how she became a stunt person, particularly the origins of Blacks in the industry. She evaluates the current status of both Blacks and women in the organization. - RECORDED: KPFK, 16 Jan. 1995.

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