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'Luke Cage's' true superpower is showing an alternate vision of black America

A thug pulls a gun in a Harlem park at night. Two black men in hoodies, foreboding music, the threat of deadly force.   The encounter, from the new Netflix series “Luke Cage,” at first seems to depict an inner city we’ve seen in so many other television shows — and heard about most recently in...
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