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Egyptian lawyer sues Netflix for telling the truth. » It’s less about Cleopatra and more about the depiction of Black Egyptians

Egypt in uproar over Netflix's 'Black' Cleopatra, but Race is the Wrong Lens Anyway » Ann Arbor ( Mustafa Amin at the Akhbar al-Yawm reviews the controversy in Egypt over Jada Pinkett Smith's African Queens series of documentaries on Netflix. The first installment focused on Njinga, ruler of an early modern West African kingdom in what is now northern Angola. The second treats Cleopatra, and the trailer insists that the Egyptian queen was 'black.' Adele James, a British actress of mixed ancestry, was cast in the title role. The dean of the Egyptian archeological establishment, Zahi Hawass, spoke out against what he characterized as the appropriation of Egyptian history by American Afro-centrism, in which African-Americans

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Egyptian lawyer sues Netflix over Queen Cleopatra » I've heard of "whitewashing" history, but I've never heard of "blackwashing" history before now. An Egyptian lawyer has filed a case with…

Netflix’s Cleopatra Has Sparked Furious Controversy. Everyone Is Missing the Point. » We may never know her race. But we know she was different.

r/television on Reddit: Netflix facing lawsuit over depicting Queen Cleopatra as a black woman in new documentary » Posted by u/HRJafael - 2,071 votes and 1,219 comments

Essay | Cleopatra’s Identity Politics » Today as during her lifetime, the Egyptian queen’s image raises questions about legitimacy and authority.

Netflix being sued for depicting Cleopatra as Black in new documentary » An Egyptian lawyer is trying to get Netflix shut down in Egypt over the docudrama.

Cleopatra was Egyptian — whether Black or brown matters less » The controversy over the pharaoh’s skin colour in Netflix’s docudrama takes away from her powerful legacy.


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