Black leaders give 'The Help' a hand in marketing

The chairwoman of the NAACP is among those spreading the word about the DreamWorks film, which focuses on relationships between white Southern women and their maids during the civil rights era.

When Roslyn Brock, chairwoman of the NAACP, first heard about "The Help," a new film based on a novel about the volatile relationships between Southern white women and their black maids at the dawn of the civil rights movement, she was skeptical. Full Story »

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by Barry Grossheim - Aug. 9, 2011

This was an amazing book. Maybe this will be one of the rare movies that actually holds up to the book.

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