Robin Means Coleman

University of Michigan

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Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Michigan, she studies Black Popular Culture, as well as race and the media  

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The biggest hits on prime time, network TV this season reflect America's ethnic diversity—on screen and behind the cameras.

Diversity Is Selling Again in Prime Time

The biggest hits on prime time, network TV this season reflect America's ethnic diversity—on screen and behind the cameras.

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