Director Ayoka Chenzira on the Importance of Tenacity | Queen Sugar | OWN

Director ayoka chenzira on the importance of tenacity | queen sugar | own

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Meet Ayoka Chenzira who directed episodes in seasons 3 and 4 of ‘Queen Sugar’. She speaks about her journey after graduating from film school in NYC and how she had to be tenacious and resilient. Check back every Monday at 3/2c for interviews from the other incredible woman directors of Queen Sugar at

Be sure to tune in to the final season of Queen Sugar on Tuesdays at 8/7c only on OWN.

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