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Black Folk Don't Tip | Who Are We Category | PBS Online Film Festival

Duration: 05:14

Watch and vote for "Black Folk Don't Tip,"a film in the PBS Online Film Festival's "Who Are We?" category. "Black Folk Don't Tip is a film that explores this stereotype with regular folk on the street, and a range of black folk from cultural critics, to bloggers, comedians, actors and more! Do black people tip any less than others? Or do black folk just tip for a different set of services? To cast your vote in this category, visit each film's YouTube page (Black Folk Don't Tip, Bullet Proof Vest, Sunshine: Single Dads, or The Migration) and click the thumbs up "like" button at the bottom of the video player. Check out the four "Who Are We" videos at: to.pbs.org

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Post Date: March 16, 2012