Southern clichés are sticky business in The Secret Life of Bees 

In The Secret Life of Bees, a young black voting-rights activist (Alicia Keys) expresses one of the paradoxes of Southern racism in 1964: that white bigots hate black people, even though so many were raised by African-American nannies and domestics. The Secret…

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