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Stephen King Needs More Black Friends

As decades of his Black characters show, one tone-deaf tweet is the least of his problems

Stephen King. Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard/Getty Images

InIn light of the blindingly White slate of Academy Award nominations released this week, #OscarsSoWhite has made a bit of a comeback. I struggled with this hashtag the first time it came knocking in 2015, mostly because people wanted to expend a lot of…

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