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Halle Berry Still Experiences Discrimination

May 23rd, 2006 9:42am EDT favorite Add to My News
Halle BerryHalle Berry still feels the victim of racism in America, despite her vast success and wealth. The Oscar-winning actress is saddened that the color of her skin should still be an issue.

She says, "Every day I wake up with this brown skin. I don't care how much money I have, I don't care how many movies I do, how many awards I have on my shelf, every day I am still aware that I am a woman of color in this country and there is still certain discrimination that goes along with that, and that does not change. No amount of money and awards changes that. What changes discrimination is the consciousness of people. I do see that changing gradually, but are we there?"

She added, "I do not think that we live in a color-blind society, where racism is null and void - that is pretty absurd. But I believe that it is possible that things are moving in that direction, and I believe that one day, color and race won't matter. I hope I am here to see it, but it hasn't happened yet."

Check out some great photos of Halle Berry here.
Or take a look at her upcoming flick X-Men: The Last Stand.

(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)




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