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iHeartRadio Music Festival 2018 | Backstage with Melonie Diaz & Sarah Jeffery | The CW

James Maslow interviews Charmed’s Melonie Diaz and Sarah Jeffery at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Festival, presented by Macy’s.

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4 comments

  1. When are they going to admit they lied that this show has three Latina leads. Sarah and Mads are black and not latina.

    "During the Charmed interviews it was shared that the actresses did not screen test together, so they were cast as sisters based on their individual performances and the idea that they would look good together. Which then goes into colorism—the idea that because they are lighter-skinned women with long hair, they can “pass” for Latina when they are actually black women. This is a huge problem. There were already Latinx people talking about how they only got lighter-skinned Latina women for the role, but now it’s the added sting of no, they didn’t get lighter skinned Latinas or Afro-Latinas, they got light-skinned black women."

  2. Melonie Diaz liked comments on Instagram calling the original women too and ugly to reprise their roles. Fake feminist and fake latinas. What's next?

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