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Inclusive television advertisements aren’t “PC propaganda”—they show Britain as it truly is

They've become the new site of the culture war—and the divisive reactions reveal much about post-Brexit Britain

By Ellie Abraham  

The recent passing of actor Chadwick Boseman, whose performance as the superhero Black Panther inspired generations of Black people around the world, sparked an outpouring of heartfelt tributes. From grown adults seeing their culture accurately portrayed in mainstream media for the first time, to the many Black children who were finally given a…

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