Julia Lee

professor and author

Guest

Assistant Professor of English at University of Nevada, Las Vegas; author of The American Slave Narrative and the Victorian Novel and Our Gang: A Racial History of "The Little Rascals"

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Author Julia Lee joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss how an American children's television show from the 1920's attempted to transcend racism in her book Our Gang: A Racial History of "The…

Julia Lee: Our Gang: A Racial History of 'The Little Rascals'

Author Julia Lee joins Elvis Mitchell to discuss how an American children's television show from the 1920's attempted to transcend racism in her book Our Gang: A Racial History of "The…

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