L’Oreal Ambassador Aïssa Maïga to Lead Historic Forum Against Racism and Sexism at Cannes Film Festival 

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Actress Aïssa Maïga was the first black woman to be nominated for a Cesar, the French equivalent of an Oscar, for the film Bamako in 2006. Black Is Not a Profession is the title of a new book by the French Senegalese actress, who has fought an uphill battle for the last 20 years to show the depth and breadth of…

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