Actress Alexandra Shipp

Why Light-Skin Versus Dark-Skin Is A Debate That Will Never Die

Until Biases Are Put To Rest

Actress Alexandra Shipp is in the middle of a storm about her character Storm from the X-Men franchise, which she essentially took over from another bi-racial actress Halle Berry, who inhabited the older version of the mutant in earlier films.

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