One of the great things about Rachel India True is her acknowledgement of the importance The Craft is to girls of color in America. When she mentioned how black and brown girls still come up to her and thank her for representing them, I fell in love. That's a woman who gets it, y'all, and like all of the ladies I've listed, she's been on the grind. In some ways, she was my "Fallon Bowman" of the silver screen.
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Despite the undeniable popularity of The Craft, I don't think Rachel got her due. She's fun, and gorgeous, and has been consistently willing to act in all kinds of films. But once again, Hollywood deprives us.