Liberian film director, producer, and actress whose work often dealt with themes of race, sexuality, and gender.
She taught at the University of California Los Angeles, UC Riverside, Pitzer College, and Clairemont Graduate School before pursuing directing full-time.
She directed the 2001 television movie Stranger Inside, which depicted the lives of African-American lesbian inmates.
She was openly lesbian and was concerned with issues facing black lesbians.
She directed the movie My Baby's Daddy, which starred comedian Eddie Griffin.