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‘Cops’ and ‘Gone with the Wind’ are cancelled. How do we handle racist TV and films?

“Cops” has been canceled after more than 30 years.

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The lead actor in the movie “Get Out” -- a satire on race in America - is British. The actor who played Martin Luther King in “Selma” is British.

Why are so many African American roles going to Brits?

The lead actor in the movie “Get Out” -- a satire on race in America - is British. The actor who played Martin Luther King in “Selma” is British.

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