Samuel L. Jackson and Latanya Richardson during a tour of Naval Station Pearl Harbor.
October 21, 1949 |
Atlanta, Georgia, US
|Other names||LaTanya Jackson, LaTanya Richardson Jackson|
|Spouse(s)||Samuel L. Jackson (m. 1980)|
Look at Michelle Obama. Everyone keeps making a big deal about her arms being exposed, but don't get it twisted: her arms are out for a reason. Black women have had those arms forever – lifting, picking cotton, toting and carrying babies.
I didn't want my daughter brought up by nannies, and I didn't want her to feel I wasn't around.
Folks are always talking about 40 acres and a mule, but what we need is some psychoanalysis. Forget 40 acres in a mule: sign all of us up for some shrinks so we can get ourselves right by reflecting and truly learning ourselves.
I don't think you can ease yourself into theater. I just thrust myself into it.
In the theater, it's a visceral and physical response because you move around so much. You have to do something physical to pull you in. On TV or in movies, everything is so small. You can just lock into a character and ease yourself into that way.