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Rhonda Baraka, writer of "Pastor Brown" TV film

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“Pastor Brown” will air as part of Lifetime’s month-long Black History month celebration. Other films featured during the month include Betty & Coretta starring Angela Bassett and Mary J. Blige and Twist of Faith starring Toni Braxton.

“Pastor Brown,” is Rhonda Freeman-Baraka’s tale of a
wayward pastor’s daughter who returns to Atlanta to face her past, will make its world premiere on Lifetime, Saturday, February 16, at 8 p.m. Directed by Rockmond Dunbar, the film features an all-star ensemble cast that includes Salli
Richardson-Whitfield, Ernie Hudson, Nicole Ari-Parker, Keith David, Michael B. Jordan, Tasha Smith, Tisha Cambell-Martin, Michael Beach, Angie Stone, Monica Brown and Rev. Creflo A. Dollar.