Stacey Dash may not want to be considered “African-American” or “Black”, but it’s not stopping her from cashing in on the Black roles.
According to published reports, Dash has been tapped to star as Mildred Fay Jefferson, the first Black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical school in the new controversial film, Roe vs. Wade. The film, which is already causing controversy due to the people involved and film’s political stance, is listed as a “pro-life” film produced by Nick Loeb.
Roe vs Wade the film is based on the 1973 U.S. Supreme Court decision in the case of the same name that granted a woman’s right to an abortion. Although the case was a monumental landmark case, the film will be “pro-life” with outspoken celebrity conservatives including Stacey Dash and Jon Voight, who are both Trump supporters.
According to The Hollywood Reporter , “The film has been under such tight wraps that even the major cast members had not been revealed; Two Supreme Court justices are played by a couple of Hollywood’s more outspoken conservatives, Jon Voight and Robert Davi, and other justices are played by Corbin Bernsen, John Schneider, Steve Guttenberg, William Forsythe, Wade Williams and Richard Portnow.”
Jefferson was a known conservative and former president of National Right to Life, however, based on the cast and Dash this film will no doubt be a biased way to push the narrative of her political affiliation.
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