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Topic - Reginald Hudlin
"The intent of the show is no different than what Bill Cosby is doing as he's going across the country and lecturing as he talks about the problems of the [black] community that we need to address," Mr. Hudlin said.
Instead, there would be a remembrance at the launch party that McDuffie was supposed to attend, said film director Reginald Hudlin, a friend of about 15 years who was debuting a new project.