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Spiritual Laws Of Money

by Francene Frayer (2020-08-12)


"Believe it or not, I'm actually Spiritual Laws Of Money grateful for any childhood hardships. Nothing eradicates entitlement like racism. I came to the conclusion at a young age that nobody else is going to stand up for me, and I have only myself to set and reach my goals. Also, I'm aware that people will go out of their way to try to focus on your negatives no matter how much positive action you're trying to take. So much so, that it's hard to take them seriously after a point. By not expecting decision makers, bosses, producers, labels, agents or media to help me when I need I think I've been lucky enough to pave some of my own way. Of course, help & support is always appreciated and needed, I'm usually surprised when I get it." "[Laughs] Hardly a day goes by when a seemingly reasonable or educated person doesn't say to me 'You Speak English Really Well.' Also, People still admit to me that when they initially met me they expected me to have an accent. Now that's far from violent, but it's bluntly racist. Hollywood proves to be pretty racist still. Unless you're white or black, you're a tough sell to the powers that be. Other than Aziz Ansari, I know of very few other Indians in the biz that haven't change their name or been coincidentally Christian to get a decent gig. Kal Penn, Russell Peters, and Naveen Andrews notwithstanding. To make things worse, many available roles are comedic in nature in a really racist way. To the actors' credit though, doing the accent is pretty fun.

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