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Color Adjustment

PBS Premiere: June 15, 1992


From Amos 'n' Andy to Nat King Cole, from Roots to The Cosby Show, blacks have played many roles on primetime television. Brilliantly weaving clips from classic TV shows with commentary from TV producers, black actors and scholars, Marlon Riggs blends humor, insight, and thoughtful analysis to explore the evolution of black/white relations as reflected by America's favorite addiction.


TAGS: entertainment, ethnicity, race, race relations, television

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Color Adjustment

Premiere Date: June 15, 1992

Filmmaker: Marlon Riggs


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