A Black/Jewish Woman Questions Her Family's Racial Silence in "Little White Lie"

Lacey Schwartz grew up believing that she looked different from her the rest of her Jewish family because of a dark-skinned Sicillian grandmother. It wasn't until she was an adult that her mother revealed that her biological father was a Black man she'd had an affair with.

In "Little White Lie," Schwartz confronts the silence of the past.

Learn more about the film here.

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