Uncovering Hidden Black History, On Screen And On The Page

February 28, 2015 12:03 PM

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Viewers have criticized the lack of characters of color in Marvel's Agent Carter -- K. Tempest Bradford says it's just one of a long line of properties that overlook the presence of African Americans outside of slavery, Reconstruction and the civil rights era.

One of the major criticisms leveled against the popular but problematic Marvel's Agent Carter (which just finished up its first season on ABC) is that it lacks black characters. The show takes place in New York City in 1946, and to some people that means the lack of diversity makes sense — and it's ...

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