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HANNAH ELIAS

Around every corner from subjugation to CEO woman or the year, between every line of Victorian liaisons to 20th Century scandals worthy of impeachment, down every hallway of torrential love making that would blush film Noir, the action does not pause, and there can be no predictions in the life and times of the Black Enchantress, “Hannah Elias”. Hannah had accounts in 129 Banks. Black Enchantresses, boarding house matrons, were business women. They were the few during Reconstruction and Jim Crow who could earn the revenues; provide the education, guidance and asylum necessary for their children and grandchildren to produce the Harlem Renaissance.

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07/26/2020
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07/26/2020
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Nathan Ross Freeman 1147 West Fourth Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101 nfreeman@msn.com (336) 995-2119 www.authoringaction.org

NATHAN ROSS FREEMAN SCRIPTWRITER ~ FILMMAKER

Member of the Intensive Writing Faculty teaching Screenwriting and Playwriting at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte where I taught for 14 years (1994-2008). Salem College’s Visiting Writer (2009) teaching: Master Class Screenwriting

I am the writer, director, producer of the Independent Feature Film, Mr.

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