‘Orange is the New Black’ leaves legacy for women of color

By : Wire Report
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ABOVE: (L-R) Uzo Aduba, Samira Wiley, Danielle Brooks and Adrienne C. Moore in season two of Netflix’s “Orange is the New Black.” (Image from Netflix)

NEW YORK (AP) | From corrupt, brutal overseers to the fraught world of inmate hierarchy to unlikely friendships and romances, “Orange is the New Black” told deeply rich and complex stories about life for women behind bars that resonated far beyond prison walls.

While it was originally centered around the privileged white character of Piper Chapman (played by Taylor Schilling), the supporting characters — some quirky, some volatile, some comic, some tragic — became the show’s breakout stars.

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‘Orange is the New Black’ sets season six premiere date in teaser

By : MARIAH COOPER OF THE WASHINGTON BLADE, COURTESY OF THE NATIONAL LGBT MEDIA ASSOCIATION
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ABOVE: Taryn Manning and Lea DeLaria in season three of ‘Orange is the New Black.’ Photo by JoJo Whilden, courtesy Netflix.

“Orange is the New Black” has announced the return date of its sixth season will be July 27.

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Hillary Clinton joins lineup for upcoming Human Rights Campaign dinner

By : Chris Johnson of the Washington Blade, courtesy of the National LGBT Media Association
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2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has joined the lineup at the upcoming national dinner for the Human Rights Campaign, the organization announced Monday.

Chad Griffin, president of the Human Rights Campaign, said in a statement his organization welcomes Clinton at the 21st annual dinner, which will take place Saturday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

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