The mother who made gospel history

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soul food The Clark Sisters are credited with bringing gospel music to the mainstream
soul food The Clark Sisters are credited with bringing gospel music to the mainstream

On Lifetime tonight, the movie The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel recounts the story of the highest-selling female gospel group.

Grethe Kemp watched the film and caught up with celebrated actress Aunjanue Ellis, who plays Mattie Moss Clark, the group’s trailblazing mother

Executive-produced by some of the most powerful black women in entertainment, including Queen Latifah, Mary J Blige and Missy Elliott, The Clark Sisters: First Ladies of Gospel tells the story of a group that changed history.

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