Why Whoopi Goldberg And Oprah Didn't Speak To Each Other For Years

Cover picture for the articleOprah Winfrey and Whoopi Goldberg have been knocking down barriers and making history as influential Black women in the entertainment industry for decades. They showed their trailblazing power when they joined forces in Steven Spielberg's 1985 film adaptation of Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning book "The Color Purple," a feminist work that...

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Laura Holmes Clements

from the way the article reads it sounds like two women who are struggling with succeeding when I say this meaning instead of being supportive of each other's succession it seemed like one wanted to hold down the other or vice versa but there wasn't a support system and saying hey I'm so proud of you overall it's about showing women of color and any color at that that they can be powerful women who can accomplish anything but instead they were just being snobs at each other a little a lot of people listen to Oprah's got to say and a lot of people I really proud of Whoopi Goldberg for all her accomplishments too me frankly I'm proud of both of them they work very hard for what they do and to have a feud between a friend like that it just seems like it's kind of sad really.


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