Piper Dellums

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Piper Dellums is an author and the daughter of United States politician Ron Dellums.

Her story about a South African girl coming to live with her family in the 1970s titled "Simunye", was the basis for the Disney movie The Color of Friendship.[1][not in citation given] The film won an Emmy Award. In The Color of Friendship, the role of Piper Dellums was played by Shadia Simmons. Her brother Erik is an actor and voice actor.

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  1. ^ Jeanne Spreier (30 January 2000). "Teens confront racism but find no easy answers". Dallas Morning News. Retrieved 8 February 2011.