On September 21, Lagueria Davis and Beulah Mae Mitchell stepped onto the stage of STORY for a Q&A about Black Barbie: A Documentary. The sizzle reel for the doc was screened here for the first time publicly, and Lagueria and Beulah Mae recieved a standing ovation when they took the stage.
It was a wonderfully received Q&A with STORY producer Harris III that focused on the courage of Beulah Mae as well as the storytelling process.
STORY is an annual gathering of creatives and storytellers from all over the world (think TED for Creatives).
Can’t wait to see your film, my friend Beulah Mae Mitchell and I worked together at Mattel back in 1980. She told me about your film and I googled you. Beulah is a walking time machine about Mattel having been there since it’s inception. Working the lines to the office. I always loved her, she was very loved at Mattel and knew every body from the Handlers to every one else in between. I met her when she transferred to the office in the keypunch department and we have remained friends until this day. You have the right history resource in Mattel’s business. God bless and your film.
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