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Author Donald Goines acknowledged the strong influence of Beck’s Pimp when he created his urban fiction set in a black milieu. In his special The Bird Revelation, comedian Dave Chappelle used the life of Iceberg Slim and the world of his book Pimp as a parable for his experience in show business. After his release from prison in 1961, Beck met Betty Shue, who became his common-law wife and the mother of his three daughters and one son while he was working as an insecticide salesman. Shue encouraged Beck to write his life story and helped him write drafts. By 1973, it had been reprinted 19 times and had sold nearly 2 million copies.

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Black women in society have long expressed this desire — with our partners, our family, our colleagues. Asking to be given the space to be imperfect, vulnerable and loved, despite our flaws, is a radical act in a country that dehumanizes us. Indeed the new drama “Queen & Slim” depicts black womanhood without undercooked idiosyncrasies, all while centering a dark-skinned female lead. It’s a reminder of the compelling artistry that can come out of Hollywood when there’s inclusion in front of and behind the camera.

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Movies like “Deliver Us From Eva” or the “Think Like a Man” franchise have presented this type of black woman, but they barely scratch the surface and instead lean on tropes. Other films like the 1993 romantic drama “Poetic Justice” from John Singleton or Barry Jenkins’s more recent “If Beale Street Could Talk” made good efforts in their characterizations and casting, but such portraits are few and far between. “Queen & Slim” refreshingly exposes Queen’s complexities without villainizing her or making her out to be a saint. Slim’s first novel, Trick Baby, was adapted as an eponymous 1972 movie directed by Larry Yust and produced independently for $600,000, with a cast of unknowns.

  • Asking to be given the space to be imperfect, vulnerable and loved, despite our flaws, is a radical act in a country that dehumanizes us.
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  • Movies like “Deliver Us From Eva” or the “Think Like a Man” franchise have presented this type of black woman, but they barely scratch the surface and instead lean on tropes.
  • Both times Slim listens and follows her lead, even when he has moments of doubt.