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Representation on TV Doesn’t Equal Progress

The controversy surrounding ‘Kim’s Convenience’ highlights a sad truth about diversity

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When the Canadian television series Kim’s Convenience arrived on Netflix in the summer of 2018, I was instantly smitten. It wasn’t the funniest show I’d ever seen, or slickly produced in any way, but it had loads of charm. The largely…




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