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How Issa Rae's 'Insecure' Validates, Expands On The Black Narrative

Issa Rae’s highly-anticipated HBO comedy revisits a black narrative she says she hasn’t seen on the small screen in a very long time. While programs have tackled the more serious aspects of black life, Rae’s “Insecure” centers on the experience of a black woman in Los Angeles, dealing with dating, adulting and all the mundane aspects of life in between. “I say that black people don’t really get a chance to just be regular and boring and go through everyday things and this is very much a slice of life show,” Rae said during a live conversation with The Huffington Post on Tuesday.
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