Racist Depictions Lead To Broadcasters Axing ‘Gone With The Wind’ And ‘Little Britain’

Posted on AllSides June 11th, 2020
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Arts and Entertainment, Race and Racism, Hollywood, Culture, Censorship
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A number of films and TV series have been taken down from streaming services and broadcasters alike due to the portrayal of a number of racial prejudices that are now no longer publicly deemed to be acceptable for exhibition.

Hollywood mega-hit Gone With The Wind was culled from HBO Max due to the depiction of former slaves - after the American Civil War - seemingly happy and still serving their former owners after the abolition of slavery. Adjusted to inflation Gone With The Wind is the highest-grossing film of...

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/joshwilson/2020/06/10/racist-depictions-lead-to-broadcasters-axing-gone-with-the-wind-and-little-britain/

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