“Rachel True Reflects On 25 Years Of ‘The Craft’ And Being A Tarot Practitioner And Advocate”
At Okayplayer, Clarkisha Kent interviews Rachel True. “Amid the anniversary of The Craft, True spoke with Okayplayer about how the film attempted to tackle issues that are still prevalent today (however clunky), how her spiritual journey led her to pen and publish a hybrid memoir and tarot set, and her thoughts on the trajectory of Black horror and how Black characters fare in the horror genre.” (via Ashlee Blackwell)
Tagged as: 1990s, 2000s, 2010s, 2020s, African American history, Blackness, Clarkisha Kent, gender, horror, horror history, interviews, magic, race, Rachel True, religion, sex, spirituality, Tarot, The Craft, witchcraft, witches
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