Here’s a nice piece about the film “Barbershop” by an African-American writer. She finds the movie “reassuring,” not offensive. She sees “Barbershop” as evidence that the new generation of African-American artists (and its audience) no longer “fears the truth” and, not coincidentally, is no longer taking its cues from the old civil rights leadership.
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