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  • Erin Schafer

    Pam Grier (aka Foxy Brown) was one of the queens of cinema in the 1970s, rightfully earning her title as the Queen of Blaxploitation. In the 1970s, Pam Grier personified the tough, assertive, ass-kicking Black woman who commanded respect and dealt punishment to those who refused to give her props. Beginning the decade with a bit role in the radical film, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, Pam Grier headlined two films in the women-in-prison genre in 1971, Women in Cages and The Big Doll House.

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Pam Grier; Whether she's Coffee, Foxy or Jackie Brown. The lady taught us you can carry a twelve gage shotguns & razor blades in your pocket book & afro with ease. You can also plan either revenge or a heist with both dignity & humor intact. First Lady of Kick Ass.